How to Use Apple Music, TV, and iCloud on Non-Apple Devices

How to Use Apple Music, TV, and iCloud on Non-Apple Devices

Speaking of Chromebooks, the Android app will run on these laptops if you need offline syncing and various other features.

The OS Big Sur Launch Might Have Slowed Down Macs Everywhere

The OS Big Sur Launch Might Have Slowed Down Macs Everywhere

It didn't take long for some Mac users to note that trustd—a macOS process responsible for checking with Apple's servers to confirm that an app is notarized—was attempting to contact a host named but failing repeatedly.

Do Everything Faster With These Keyboard Tricks

Do Everything Faster With These Keyboard Tricks

I send my address to people in text messages, I type certain URLs in Chrome's address bar, and I send the same email to every person that joins the group I lead at church.

Apple Accidentally Approved Malware to Run on MacOS

Apple Accidentally Approved Malware to Run on MacOS

Wardle notified Apple about the rogue software on August 28 and the company revoked the Shlayer notarization certificates that same day, neutering the malware anywhere that it was installed and for future downloads.

How to Protect the Data on Your Laptop

How to Protect the Data on Your Laptop

Make sure you have your own user account set up on your laptop, even if you're the only one who uses it—not only will this keep the kids from messing up your browser bookmarks when they want to play games, it'll also stop anyone else from accessing it.

The 15 Best Mac Apps to Make Everyday Life Easier

The 15 Best Mac Apps to Make Everyday Life Easier

It's free, but you can pay 25 British pounds (around $32) for a single user license to access the full feature set or 45 British pounds (around $57) for a lifetime of free upgrades to subsequent versions of Alfred.

Reset Your Computer Once a Year for a Happier Life

Reset Your Computer Once a Year for a Happier Life

Microsoft, Apple, and Google have put tools for the job right inside their operating systems, while applications have come to rely more and more on the cloud, so your important data is most likely already backed up somewhere online ready to be redownloaded.

ITunes Is Dead. Let's Pay Our Respects

ITunes Is Dead. Let's Pay Our Respects

At Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference today, Apple executive Craig Federhigi made it official: iTunes is dead on the Mac, split in the upcoming version of macOS into separate Music, Podcast, and TV apps.

The Tricky Shenanigans Behind a Stealthy Apple Keychain Attack

The Tricky Shenanigans Behind a Stealthy Apple Keychain Attack

In early February, an 18-year-old German security researcher named Linus Henze demonstrated a macOS attack that would allow a malicious application to grab passwords from Apple's protected keychain.

The Very Mathematical History of a Perfect Color Combination

The Very Mathematical History of a Perfect Color Combination

Although he'd tested the color scheme in a variety of applications, Schoonover initially released themes for only a few tools he used in his own work, like the code editor Vim and the text-based email client Mutt.

How to Safely and Securely Dispose of Your Old Gadgets

How to Safely and Securely Dispose of Your Old Gadgets

And you want to get rid of the device in a way that's as kind to the planet as possible.Here we'll show you how to take care of both considerations, no matter what the gadget you need to dispose of.Wipe Your DataDavid NieldWhether you're sending your device to be recycled or sticking it on Ebay, you don't want your finance spreadsheets, family photos, or Twitter login to stick around on the hardware, even if you don't think anyone would go to the trouble of trying to extract the data from your old gadgets.When it comes to gadgets with on-board storage, we're primarily talking phones, tablets, and computers.