You don't need a $3 app to shoot beautiful monochrome photos on your iPhone: Here's a tip that will keep you shooting in black and white through the stock Camera app.
Kirk McElhearn returns to dive deeper into iTunes tagging including duplicated artist entries, working with the Year tag, and editing genre tags.
Podcasts can be a great diversion on long summer road trips as well as on the daily commute. If you aren't already a mobile podcast listener, Dan Miller explains how to become one.
Now that Apple has acquired Beats Music, how do you set about filling your home with its music? Chris Breen explains.
Taking a single screenshot of your iPhone or iPad's screen is a cinch. Capturing a movie of everything it does is trickier. Chris Breen shows you how.
GarageBand is a terrific (and cheap!) music tool, but when you've reached its limits, take a look at what Logic Pro X adds to the mix.
Working at home is one thing. Working at home with kids in the house is something else entirely. Here's how freelancer Joe Kissell gets it done.
Got a first- or second-generation iPad that's out of warranty and has cracked front glass? You can replace the glass yourself.
If Mavericks' Mail isn't making your preferred choice when you enter a loved one's email address, there's a way to force it to.
Want to capture some photographs of that upcoming meteor shower? Here are some tips for shooting in the dark using both a DSLR and your iPhone.
The Finder's new tags feature in Mavericks (OS X 10.9) can be useful. Here's how to take full advantage of it without lifting your fingers from the keyboard.
Unlike a compact camera or a DSLR, your iPhone doesn’t let you adjust most of your image settings. That said, several tools within the Camera app (and other third-party programs) can aid you in taking very attractive pictures.
The Finder's tags feature, new in Mavericks (OS X 10.9), can be useful. Here's how to take full advantage of it without lifting your fingers from the keyboard.
You can make some great looking slideshows with iPhoto but great looking annotated slideshows? Not so much. Try Keynote instead.