Don't-Miss Web App Stories
We reviewed seven apps for creating websites on a Mac. Two apps stood out as our favorites.
It may no longer be the wonder child of yore, but this old dog still has a few tricks up its sleeve.
Want to send money to a friend in Canada or Sweden without leaving home? PayPal.me is your answer.
Freeway Express has its good points, but they’re mired beneath a poorly designed interface and the website you create seem a half-decade or more behind the times.
Get rid of those unwanted email address that show up when composing a new email in Apple's Mail.
In-flight broadband provider Gogo's 2Ku technology has been approved by the FAA, opening the door for data speeds up to 70Mbps.
One of the best options for new or casual web designers.
IFTTT and iOS are both handy on their own. But put them together, and they're better than ever.
Readers are having trouble with Apple's Continuity configuration and consistency for phone calls.
Sharing links to social networks from an iOS device is a lot easier with Linky.
A reader finds that Safari quits whenever he walks away from his Mac, and he can't figure out how to get this behavior to stop.
Email has become the digital generation’s pariah, but with a little work, Dart’s concept just might make it cool again.
Your Timeline shows you where you've been on any given day if you're storing your location history with Google.
You'll be making websites in no time but you might have to shell out extra cash for more creative ventures.
Speed up the email process with one-tap shortcuts for contacts and photo attachments from almost anywhere on iOS.