In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find apps that keep your data private, help you organize your pictures, and help you manage your finances without breaking the bank.
Acquisitions ain't for the weak, iPhones sell big in China, Free on iTunes is both free and good, and a free version of ProTools is in the offing.
The purpose is to counter Chinese concerns about outside government surveillance.
In the February issue, we show you everything you need to know to secure your Mac and keep your data safe. Also, we help you choose the best video calling method. Plus: The cord-cutter's guide to free (and legal) TV streaming.
Pair your Mac with NAS to save time and reduce stress through easier downloads, improved organization, smoother backups, and more.
There are several tools that can block third-party advertising companies from zeroing in on your Web browsing.
Malicious DLLs will be executed if stored in the same directory as media files opened with the affected programs, researchers said.
Performing a Spotlight search opens email previews that load external images, even when the Mail client is asked not to do this
Glenn Fleishman describes the workings of the recent iDict attack and explains why the best defense against such attacks is a strong password.