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The CIA has had tools to infect Macs by connecting malicious Thunderbolt Ethernet adapters to them since 2012, according to new documents published by WikiLeaks.
Google has expanded its Safe Browsing service, allowing Google Chrome on macOS to better protect users from programs that locally inject ads into web pages or that change the browser's home page and search settings.
Apple is stepping up its beta schedule, so it could mean that an official release is coming soon.
A problem at a major content-distribution network that revealed private information including data from AgileBits’ Web-based shared-password system.
A new file-encrypting ransomware program for macOS is being distributed through bittorrent websites and users who fall victim to it won’t be able to recover their files, even if they pay.
MacPaw’s new subscription service is intended to be an alternative to the Mac App Store, to benefit developers and consumers alike.
Apple also released updates for iOS, tvOS, and watchOS.
The new update corresponds to an update Apple released last December.
We spent five days in Montana whipping up a two-part series on travel photography. Part one is what to pack, starting with your iPhone of choice.
Macworld's latest digital edition.
Apple headlines for the week ending December 16, 2016.
Without the macOS update released this week, Apple's disk encryption can be easily bypassed by connecting a specially crafted device to a locked MacBook.
AirPods are finally out, Apple is pulling the battery-remaining estimate from macOS 10.12.2, the new emoji are uncannily beautiful, and the I'm a Mac ads are 10 years old.
This week’s roundup of new Mac Apps brings us a handy planning app, plus more Touch Bar-friendly picks for your new MacBook Pro.
Did an invitation to buy products appear repeatedly in your calendar in the last few days? You can fix it.