Word, Excel, and PowerPoint now support Dropbox on an iPad or iPhone. Unless, of course, you want to insert photos. Here's the workaround.
Yes, Illustrator is better for this job. But Word, Pages, and even TextEdit will let you design an all-text logo just fine.
See a great font in a logo, on a sign, on the Web, in a book? Finding its name is easier than you might think.
You can forward any text messages you receive, shush an annoying group thread, and sync messages between devices.
Chris Breen takes the long view on troubleshooting Apple's gear and operating systems.
Take advantage of Office's hidden powers to get some serious work done on your iPad.
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.
Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss removing iTunes Radio, the loss of the old Info window, changing tags, and artist name sorting.
iOS 8 offers precise enough control over who can see your location and when that even a privacy lover like Glenn Fleishman is on board.
Glenn Fleishman distills everything you need to know about encrypting files, disk images, or your Mac's entire hard drive.
Handy as a mouse or trackpad can be, you often work faster with the press of a key or two. Chuck La Tournous presents the keyboard shortcuts you should know.
Pushing your photos through text is an easy way to create a personalized gift.
Changing jobs? Before IT shuts you out, make archives of your important email, contacts, and calendars.