OpenTable wants to be a one-stop shop for your dining needs, stopping just short of cooking the food and pouring the wine.
The New York Times peers into Apple University, the technology company's internal training resource. A fascinating read, especially if you're curious as to how Picasso relates to Apple products.
Macworld and Rich Stevens of Diesel Sweeties present Multitouch Theater, a weekly cartoon about Macs, iOS, and everything in-between. This week: Would you choose between good coffee and using a Mac?
Much as you need some time away from home, you've not willing to let go of the Internet. Chris Breen offers tips for getting the most from broadband on the road.
What iOS apps are Macworld's staffers loving this month? Check in with Serenity Caldwell, Dan Frakes, and the rest of the crew.
What, QWERTY not good enough for you? Fortunately, OS X supports all kinds of alternative keyboard layouts and character sets. Topher Kessler shows you how to use them, even from the login screen.
Flexiglass is an intriguing implementation of the Mac’s accessibility features, and worth trying if you’re interested in simpler window movement.
Hard to believe, but some are still beating the market share drum.
This week’s roundup of new iPad cases features sleek designs, the highest-quality materials, and some great ways to keep your tablet safe wherever you go.
Just like Gmail, Yahoo Mail is going to have an encryption option supplied by Google's End-to-End Chrome extension modified for Yahoo's service.
Animals make quite a splash in this week’s roundup of new iPhone cases, with cats and rabbits vying for the chance to infect your handset with a case of terminal cuteness.
There are several Twitter apps, but there really isn't a Facebook app. Head for Facebook is the closest thing to a dedicated Facebook app.
Total War Battles: Shogun is a beautiful game, with exceptionally detailed units, fully realized 3D environments, and clean, intuitive interfaces.