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Reeder for Mac is a breath of fresh air in the crowded market for Google Reader and RSS clients, offering a healthy dose of features polished up with an interface that shows the program's iOS roots.
Mac users can thank Microsoft for taking down the small-but-dangerous Kelihos botnet. At the software giant's request, a federal judge ordered VeriSign to shut down nearly two dozen domains linked to servers that controlled the botnet.
In a Wednesday hearing, several U.S. senators accused Google of giving search preferences to its own suite of services over competitors; Google's Eric Schmidt denied that his company is manipulating search results.
After testing Google's new Flight Search feature, CIO's Bill Snyder thinks the fare-finding service isn't quite ready to compete with heavy hitters like Kayak.com.
As of July 1, 2012, MobileMe Galleries are dead, dead, dead. How will you share your images in the future? Here are some ideas.
Tired of seeing tittle-tattle that passes for news on Google's News site? Here's how to filter out the cruft.
A security researcher criticized Apple for what he called "foot dragging" over the DigiNotar certificate fiasco, and urged the company to quickly update Mac OS X.
GlobalSign is no longer issuing digital certificates as it investigates a hacker's claim that he broke into the company's computer systems.
Carol Bartz is out as Yahoo's CEO. Here's what led to her departure.
A programming glitch in Apple's OS X operating system is making it hard for Mac users to tell their computers not to trust digital certificates.
In search of a good online reading companion, Serenity Caldwell takes a look at four book sharing and cataloging services: Goodreads, LibraryThing, Shelfari, and BookLamp.
If a user adds pirated music to an online cloud locker service, is the provider responsible? No, according to a decision made in a New York federal court on Monday.
Google on Thursday announced that it's adding current weather information and cloud data from around the world to its Google Maps.
The geniuses of disassembly, documentation, and delightful wit behind iFixit have targeted a new tool that needs improvement: online manual and knowledge base content management. Their new project, Dozuki, lets companies use the CMS behind iFixit to build colorful guides with step-by-step instructions.
We love Dropbox, the file-synchronizing service. We know Macworld readers do too. So a few months ago, we asked: How do you use Dropbox? We got more than 250 responses, then boiled those down to 62 unique ideas; here they are.