Don't-Miss OS X Stories
Photos for OS X is 1.0 software, but you can go from newbie to power user with these helpful tips from Jason Snell.
Apple invites developers to "learn about the future of iOS and OS X" at annual conference.
Erasing a drive, how FileVault 2 encryption can play into it, and out-of-date Recovery Drive partitions.
This major Yosemite update ushers in the highly anticipated Photos app, a new "look up" panel with Spotlight suggestions, more than 300 new emoji, and more.
The best writing apps know what to leave behind when switching from a 21-inch-screen to a 9.7-inch one, and they do it without trampling over any of our individual writing styles and preferences.
Apple’s messaging system works brilliantly—most of the time. Here are some simple fixes for five common problems.
Keyboard-based launching utilities can be a real time saver, once you get the hang of them. Here's how four popular options (Launchbar, Alfred, Butler, and Quicksilver) stack up.
Apple patched iOS and OS X, but apps can still be vulnerable due to Apple's limited update policy.
Remember how it ejected from the Duo Dock like a giant VHS tape? Good times.