Microsoft keeps making it easier for users to archive content in OneNote. Mac and iOS users can slurp up PDFs and file attachments, and even import files from organizational OneDrive accounts.
Shoppers aren't in a rush to upgrade their aging tablets. That sounds a lot like the PC market.
It turns out that when Macworld Lab is testing the new $2499 MacBook Pro, it's a good time to try out a nifty new thermal imaging camera for the iPhone.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen review the news of the week including Apple acquisitions, Bose versus Beats, more about Beats, and Apple envy.
Amazon argues for price elasticity as messy dispute with Hachette drags on.
iDVD is dead and gone. So how do you burn your movies to disc? Chris Breen reveals all.
This week's roundup of new iOS accessories includes a device for quickly charging up to eight iOS devices, plus cables, Bluetooth speakers, and more.
The first version of the Permanent was, for better and worse, unlike any other iPad spreadsheet we'd ever used. The update loses some of the quirks, but gains in utility.
This Mac app makes it a lot easier to access your files from Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, Google Drive, and other online storage services.
A lot of presenters spend all their time focusing on blends, transitions, and animations. They should spend more time on what they're saying, instead.
Adobe provides even more tweaks and features to its video editor -- all of which make for a better program.
At Comic-Con, the existence of the iPad is no longer a big deal. But that's not to say there isn't still drama going on regarding digital comics.
If you're still fiddling with title bars and thin window edges to move and resize windows, Moom and Zooom can make window management easier and more convenient.
Signal is compatible with RedPhone, its Android sibling, and scrambles voice calls placed via the iPhone.