Don't-Miss OS X Stories
This week's roundup of Mac apps brings you a friendly clock app, software that keeps an eye on your Mac while you're away, and a way to ensure that your data has a chance to leave your hard drive before your hard drive leaves you.
This week's roundup of new Mac apps brings you a way to improve your sound, a calendar that won't go away, and all the financial calculations you can handle—and then some.
Version 2.0 of Swift and upgraded frameworks for Watch apps are on the way
Crossy Road, Fantastical 2, and Pacemaker are but a few of the apps to take home a trophy.
Siri gets smarter. Apple Watch gets much more useful. And is Apple Music poised to kill other streaming music services by offering every feature imaginable?
Pro developers only have to pay $99 a year to develop for OS X, iOS and Apple Watch
From pinning web pages to showing multiple desktops, This OS X upgrade includes welcome improvements to Safari, Mail and more.
Intel just announced Thunderbolt 3 will use the same connector Apple just put on the 12-inch MacBook.
Older Apple systems unlock the firmware after a computer goes to sleep
If you're still manually organizing your photos into albums, it's time to check out smart albums.
If Apple does change iOS and OS X's system font to San Francisco to match the Apple Watch, the font itself is only half the story.
Looking to become more useful to its 13 million users, Wunderlist releases its public API to integrate with chat apps and calendars.
iTunes is probably among the most used apps on your Mac, and there are several ways it could provide a better experience.