A short trip from Seattle to Vancouver, B.C., shows how thin our conduit is to connectivity—and how expensive an international pipe remains.
This week, Glenn answers questions about deauthorizing software, reinstalling AirPort Utility, managing a Fusion drive, and Migration Assistant.
Don't want to bother with Apple Music or iTunes, but curious about Beats 1 streaming radio? Turn to Spotify and Twitter for a sampling.
Firewalls are good for blocking inbound network traffic, but what about your Mac's outbound traffic? Little Snitch keeps an eye out for you.
Here's how to hide the Connect tab from Apple Music on your iPhone, iPad, and even iTunes on your Mac.
You get to keep Beats 1 and the streaming stations, but the For You and New tabs will disappear. (Connect can go or stay.) Plus, you can get them back anytime.
This week, we answer questions about bookmark sync failure, managing Top Sites in Safari, dysfunction keys, and ransomware.
OS X has a built-in firewall. Here's how to use it.
Show off your photos with style.
Photos is the app that won't stop until it drops. More answers to your questions about working through missing features and potential bugs.
When you're looking at a bunch of .m4a files, how can you separate the lossy from the lossless? Kirk McElhearn has the answer to this and more of your questions.
Unwanted emails clogging your inbox? There are lots of web-based spam filters to help.
iCloud Photo Sharing is the perfect way to share photos among friends—without the use of social media.
LastPass had the worst thing happen, but don't panic: You're still in the clear and your password is likely not cracked.