Macworld and Rich Stevens of Diesel Sweeties present Multitouch Theater, a weekly cartoon about Macs, iOS, and everything in-between. Our final week here: iOS 8 space concerns and crashes and burns. Thanks for a great comic run!
Apple's new touchless payment system could be a huge change for American consumers, but it'll be nothing really new for Europeans.
It's been gone for a while, but now Blogo is back, offering WP bloggers an alternative to MarsEdit. Too bad it isn't a more compelling one.
Tons of apps have been updated to include Notification Center compatibility, but that doesn't mean you should install them all.
Apple’s not perfect, but unlike most companies, they always bounce back.
This time management tool helps keep you on task, and shines in iOS 8's new widget feature.
A day after pulling the flawed iOS 8.0.1, Apple issues the 8.0.2 update that reinstates the earlier update's fixes and improvements.
Apple downplayed the Internet furor over supposedly bendable phones, during a week full of PR nightmares for the usually smooth-operating company.
The new Time-lapse mode in iOS 8 is more primitive than Hyperlapse, but Instagram knows you have to stay ahead of Apple to compete with Apple.
The good news: Patches are already rolling out. The bad news: This devastating vulnerability could be around for a long, long time.
If you’re still struggling to downgrade to iOS 8, follow these instructions.
How do you make the iPhone pale in comparison? Pretend that you can get a mythical Android phone that has every possible feature.
It's not the flashiest feature in OS X, but sharing your MacBook's Internet connection can be a life-saver when you're trying to fix a machine that can't get online by itself.
As much fun as it is to examine a new OS's features and functions, it's also worthwhile to put them in context. Chris Breen considers the Big Picture.