The iPhone isn't just for home movies, and now there's a film festival dedicated entirely to videographers who shoot with nothing but the smartphone.
Wondering what to do with your unused-but-still-usable iOS devices? You can use them with your Mac as surveillance cameras, using AirBeam Pro.
iPhone Film Festival, The Fixer.
iPhone Film Festival, Vessel.
iPhone Film Festival, Wish You Were Here.
iPhone Film Festival, OEM.
iPhone Film Festival, Nancy Lee.
iPhone Film Festival, The Latter.
iPhone Film Festival, Mudplace
iPhone Film Festival, Savannah FF.
iPhone Film Festival, Mheibes.
iPhone Film Festival, Jim Beam.
The MacTech Conference is for Apple IT pros, enterprise, developers, and programmers. It's being held in Los Angeles, Calif., on November 5 to 7, 2014.
This week's roundup comes with an app that helps you draw charts without knowing an iota about math--which may come in handy when another program we feature tells you that you’re late delivering that paper your promised your prof two weeks ago.
Women's watches comprise about 35 percent of the traditional luxury wristwatch market, yet the consumer electronics companies are sticking to a tech-nerd aesthetic.
It really is the very lamest of name games. Including that song.
If you spend a lot of your free time on YouTube, you may appreciate this app--as long as it's able to play the video you want to watch.
Frustrated by the search in Apple Mail? Nisus offers an alternative, separate search app for finding your mail.
Looking to make your own books? Glenn Fleishman has some tips on services to use, how to format your book, and how to sell it to the masses.
The iMac's sleek design looks nice, but it can be a hassle to use the USB ports hidden in back. BlueLounge's Jimi gives you a sturdy USB port you can access from the front.
Luis Abreu, a UI and UX designer, has combed through Apple's WWDC talks and put together an extensive and thorough piece on the way Apple's improving its privacy and security in iOS 8.
Macworld and Rich Stevens of Diesel Sweeties present Multitouch Theater, a weekly cartoon about Macs, iOS, and everything in-between. This week: Apple innovation (and the laws of physics).