In the March issue, we look at HomeKit and how Apple will win the smart home by keeping it simple. Also, how the Macbook Air could change everything (again). Plus: First look at Logic Pro X 10.1.
Our senior editor is going to work for a fruit company, and we miss him already.
Chris Breen takes the long view on troubleshooting Apple's gear and operating systems.
TweetDeck users can give others access to an account without providing the account password.
Apple reportedly wanted its wearable to be more health-focused than the finished product.
Those frustrated with DiskWarrior's inability to deal with large volumes can now rejoice. DiskWarrior 5 goes 64-bit and adds new (and welcome) features.
Microsoft opens Office to any cloud storage service that wants in, though the execution's half-baked.
The Apple Watch finally has competition. FINALLY.
Apple's designer-in-chief talks Steve Jobs, expensive cars, and how Apple Watch came to be.
Take advantage of Office's hidden powers to get some serious work done on your iPad.
A sack of potatoes is portable, in the literal sense that you can take it from one place to another. So is this Mac.
If you're a fan of both foreign films and ripping the DVDs you own that contain subtitles, Kirk McElhearn offers this must-read guide.
If we think of CarPlay like the Motorola ROKR, then the mythical Apple Car could be the iPhone.