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A reader asks for help limiting Spotlight searches in Yosemite, but does Spotlight search other users' accounts?
Hey, it beats skeuomorphism.
Researchers created Thunderstrike 2 firmware malware that could remotely infect Apple computers and remain even if a user were to wipe the hard drive and reinstall OS X.
If you’re planning a bus trip to Shenzhen to see your next Apple gadget manufactured, Maps in El Capitan can help.
A look at the new features in Apple's upcoming email app.
If you're in the beta program, it's time to update.
Split View has major potential, but also a few kinks to work out. Jason Snell explains.
Jason Snell gives you six reasons to get excited about El Capitan. Also, Apple Music is live, and despite some early stutters, its streaming service rocks. Plus: Senior Editor Roman Loyola reviews the iMac with Retina 5k display and Thunderbolt 2 docks.
Use iTunes to create a playlist of the songs you'll hear, and then turn it into a fun souvenir of your night out.
We're back with more answers to a seemingly endless number of Photos questions, including deleting, syncing, and organizing albums.
With some creative adjustments, your collage can be more than the sum of its parts.
Using the public betas? Do your duty and report bugs to Apple.
Apple's Notes app has some features that makes it more useful.
Jason Snell joins Glenn and Susie to discuss the things we love in the OS X and iOS betas.
A new protection mechanism in OS X increases security, but prevents some low-level activities that utilities rely on. They'll have to find new paths.
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