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iOS 7 proves once again that change is the way Apple does business

Change can be hard for Apple, its developers, and its users, but John Moltz thinks that 'change' is just another word for 'opportunity.'

Mac Gems: OneSafe gives 1Password some password-saving competition

There's no shortage of password managers for OS X, but Lunabee's OneSafe, like the popular 1Password, sets itself apart with a smart feature set and impressive usability.

Review: Hard as it tries, Chatology can't overcome Messages flakiness

Flexibits's newest Mac app is Chatology, which attempts to improve on searching your Messages logs. Unfortunately, the app seems to have contracted some of Messages's own flakiness.

Advice from an Apple Tech: Your first time under the hood

Thinking about performing that hardware repair yourself instead of going to a shop? Chris Barylick has some advice for potential amateur technicians.

Apple to increase Bluetooth integration in iOS 7, OS X Mavericks

The next major version of iOS will allow Bluetooth accessories to use Notification Center and make it easier to run Bluetooth-enabled apps in the background.

Review: Latest Intel chip boosts speed and endurance in new MacBook Air

Apple new ultraportable laptop sports a few under-the-hood changes that make it even better than before.

Set up a kid-friendly computer

You don't really want your kids to use your computer all summer long, do you? Here's how to set up a Mac that's just right for their small and messy hands.

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WWDC: What we didn't see

Apple made a slew of exciting announcements at the WWDC keynote on Monday, and we've written about them at length. But what about the rumored and/or hoped-for features that didn't appear? Lex Friedman investigates.

MacBook Air Preview

Macworld Lab takes a preliminary look at Apple's new Haswell-based MacBook Air laptops.

Haswell: What Intel’s new processor promises for Mac users

Intel's Haswell processors are geared for better power management and graphics performance.

Can't wait for Mavericks' file tagging? Use smart folders

Mavericks' file tagging looking interesting, but you can do something similar with smart folders and Spotlight comments.