Moment is a tidy, elegant menu-bar app that gives you quick access to your Facebook notifications, and makes submitting status updates as simple as click and type, or drag and drop.
Sometimes, you get calls on your iPhone from people you don't want to speak to. iOS 7 will have a built-in tool for blocking such calls. In the meantime, here's a workaround.
While some companies clamp down on telecommuting, the truth is that remote employees today can more seamlessly integrate with the office than ever before. Lex Friedman runs down the apps he uses to stay better connected with his coworkers around the country.
After July 1, 2013, Google Reader is no more. Lex Friedman tried many alternatives to figure out the best way to satisfy his news reading desire with his Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
The Blue Nessie looks awesome and has clever features. But Lex Friedman says the audio it captures sounds rather disappointing.
Black Pixel on Monday released NetNewsWire 4 for Mac as a public beta. The company promises that more features, including sync, will be arriving in the coming months.
Sure, iOS 7 sports a whole new look. But Lex Friedman says that he's more excited about pretty much everything else the new operating system will bring.
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.
With developers converging on San Francisco for WWDC, we're pulling a few aside to find out what they're working on for the Mac. In this video, Rogue Amoeba's Paul Kafasis talks about the upcoming update to Audio Hijack Pro.
Apple made a variety of announcements regarding Siri during the WWDC 2013 keynote. Lex Friedman says that in some ways, the Siri updates still appear to lag behind Google Now. But just as importantly, Apple's looking to hit Google where it hurts: in the search activity.
Developers, like the rest of us, are excited about Apple's big announcements from WWDC. But how will the changes in iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, and the like affect their products (and their workloads)?