The first cars with Apple infotainment systems are coming later this year.
It's not impossible to use a flash drive with an iPad, but what you can do with some of them is limited to images and videos. Chris Breen explains.
This week: Keyboard options for writers of all stripes, plus protective goodness made (the manufacturers claim) from the finest materials.
We tested a bumper crop of contenders to find the best e-mail offering for your needs.
There may be solid gold at the end of the rainbow in this week's iPhone-case roundup (provided you have deep enough pockets). There's a nice selection of protection for the rest of us, too.
Any time Apple makes a mistake you know it's time to bring out the kitchen sink.
Google's Hangouts 2.0 app features stickers, looping video messages, and a way to share your location with friends. Wait, haven't we seen these features before?
Apple held its annual shareholder meeting on Friday, at which CEO Tim Cook discussed the Apple TV, innovation, and more.
While it's half of the game that was promised on Kickstarter, Broken Age is an entertaining game—and the second half will be free when it's available.
Digital keys galore, synchronized hardware encryption, and extreme paranoia are just some of the more exciting ingredients that keep your mobile data safe from prying eyes, whether on your device or in the cloud.
Let's face it: Sharing photos from your Mac or iPhone isn't as easy as it could be. Other services have figured it out. Why can't Apple?
If you play contact sports or sit at a desk all day, you're going to need some stretching time. Pocket Yoga is a beautiful little app for that and more.
Convert your so-so color images into stunning black and white photos with this tutorial from Macworld contributor Theano Nikitas.
Tools to secure mobile devices for personal and business use debuted at the RSA Conference in San Francisco.