Hold on to your hats, it's about to get blustery!
Apple has announced the dates for its 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference, and said that tickets for this year's event will be available via lottery.
For a mere 20 bucks and a little planning you can back up all the Macs on your network. In this video, Chris Breen shows you how.
With the help of Automator you can create a reminder on your Mac without ever launching the Reminders app.
Microsoft's presentation app for the Apple tablet is nicely adapted to the touch interface. But anyone accustomed to the Mac version (or to Keynote) will find some key features missing.
Once you've captured the audio of you and your podcast guests, the next step is to edit it into something worth listening to. Here's how four experienced podcasters do it.
Amazon's new Fire TV is a direct shot across Apple's bow, and a clear indication that the battle for users' living rooms is now underway.
This week's roundup of iOS accessories includes everything from tiny Bluetooth speakers to 1,000-Watt monsters. And, of course, batteries, chargers, and AirPlay streamers, oh my.
The former Apple CEO planned to speak of a holy war during a 2010 management retreat, according to court exhibits
Hider 2 isn't a perfect solution for securing your data, but it will likely suit the needs of the average non-spy.
This week's updates to iWork significantly bolster the suite's AppleScript capabilities, which automation expert Ben Waldie says is a great thing for users.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen return to talk Apple Goes to Court (again), Macworld/iWorld, Office on the iPad, and Yahoo throws more money around.
Fantastical 2 gets the iPad treatment, but it's more than just a scaled-up version of the iPhone app.
Want to start a podcast of your own? The first thing you need is some hardware and software to record the thing. Four podcasting vets explain why they chose, and how they use, their favorite recording gear.