Consider the pros and cons before you embark on the journey of building your own Mac.
Rob Griffiths decides to replace his nine-year-old Hackintosh (dubbed Frankenmac) with a new DIY Mac.
On its own merits, Numbers is well done and should meet the needs of nearly any iOS spreadsheet user.
The latest version sees the return of missing features, along with improved large-data-set performance and useful new charting tools.
A family-friendly way to track chores and allowances.
Two Macworld contributors explain why their display setup works best.
Great for numeric entry, this keypad also has a special calculator mode.
A hardware RAID can be pricey but it helps prevent data loss and improve performance.
A few simple changes—and one major change—could improve the Mac App Store experience for both developers and customers.
Don't mess with the Apple TV's hair-pulling line entry screen. Grab an older Apple Remote and use the old grid-style password entry screen.
"Available exclusively on the Mac App Store" seems like ideal marketing, but it comes with many strings attached for both users and developers.
Microsoft's spreadsheet app is more friendly to general Mac users, but less friendly to power users.
Determine your golf handicap and figure out what areas you can focus on to see the most improvements.
A flight tracker is a handy tool to keep in your app toolbox. Here are our picks for managing travel, handling airport pick-up duty, and for budding aviation enthusiasts.
The $15 iOS app, Duet Display, allows you to use your iPad as an external display. Thanks to its wire requirement, that display is actually responsive.
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