Don't-Miss Web & communication software Stories
Not for the faint of heart: Jason Snell explains how to adjust Twitterrific's appearance by editing settings files.
Instead of having photos scattered across different photo sharing or social networking sites, start a collaborative album online to collect images from all the shutterbugs who were at one event.
Address Book, iCal, and Mail are super-handy. But they're not always fool-proof. Chris Breen answers the most common troubleshooting questions about these three apps.
Care to synchronize Mail's junk-mail settings between computers, fix an unaccepted password, and send messages from just about anywhere? We have answers to common e-mail problems here.
Syncing contacts and calendars among MobileMe, iOS devices, and your Mac can be confounding. Here's some insight into dealing with duplicated calendar events.
Who's to blame for your iPhone's notes appearing on Yahoo's Website? Start by looking in the mirror.
This tutorial will show you how to clear your browser history in each of the most popular Web browsers for the Mac.
The best way to share one printer among multiple Macs and Windows PCs. Also: How to choose a POP e-mail provider.
Overwhelmed by e-mail? Five essential Apple Mail rules can help you take control of your inbox. Learn how Mail can automatically forward, file, and highlight special messages and even trigger an alarm when certain correspondents write.
Two generations put their heads together to locate a lost iPod touch.
When you right-click on images on some sites--including Facebook--Safari doesn't give you a Save Image As option. Here's a way to save them anyway.
Tired of iOS Safari loading old pages, or popping up your bookmarks, when you just want to open a new Web page? Here's how to open Safari to a new page.
You don't have to be a big business to have your own mailroom. Joe Kissell share his experience taking his mail paperless with Earth Class Mail.
Need to print or grab a screenshot of a Web page, but don't want everything on that page to appear? There are a bunch of ways to temporarily edit or remove almost anything you see in Safari.
Has your name and e-mail address been exposed in the recent Epsilon attack? Here are steps you can take to protect yourself.