No matter how slimmed down you believe your Mac's hard drive to be there are likely large files consuming space you could use for better things. These tools ferret out those files.
With Yosemite and iOS 8 comes AirDrop support between Macs and iOS devices. Chris Breen shows how it works.
It's faster all around, easier to see in the sun, and the battery lasts just as long.
How does Android’s Material Design look on an iPhone? Better than you’d think.
When gee-whiz features don't work, it's an exercise in frustration, and Apple should do more to help users troubleshoot their issues.
This week’s roundup of new Mac apps is all about sight and sound, with software that will make your photos gorgeous, keep you sane in a noisy environment, and entertain you with some music.
Version 6 of this mature font management tool looks great on Retina displays too.
The Wall Street Journal posted the entire Q&A from last month's WSJD Live conference.
Another day, another reason developers will stop developing for iOS.
Sometimes it's all about the money, not where your ideology lies. We also talk free Office iOS apps, OS stability, and iMessage purgatory.
The new iOS app lets you create eight-second clips designed for large displays.
The App Store is swimming with email apps, and one of which is sure to match your productivity style.
Macworld's newest column, a celebration of classic Apple, kicks off with a deep appreciation for the rainbow logo of yore.
Now you can go back and edit your caption over and over again until it's perfect.
It’s no surprise that half a billion people use Facebook Messenger after the social network cut off in-app chat access.
Apple has set up a simple Web tool to allow former iPhone users to dissociate their phone number from iMessages.