1. Features
    September 1st, 2013 by Joe Kisell
    Mac Emergency! Part 1: fast fixes for the most common Mac problems

    Mac Won’t Turn On One of the scariest things that your Mac can do, short of emitting actual flames and smoke, is refuse to turn on at all. you...

  2. Features
    August 31st, 2013 by Ted Landau
    Mac Emergency! Part 1: fast fixes for the most common Mac problems

    System Slowdowns It happens to every Mac user sooner or later. The virtual gears inside your computer begin to act as though they’re running in...

  3. Features
    August 30th, 2013 by Joe Kisell
    Mac Emergency! Part 1: fast fixes for the most common Mac problems

    Crashing apps Crashes and freezes in OS X happen infrequently, and most of them are easy to resolve. Better still, even though a crash or freeze may...

  4. Features
    August 25th, 2013 by Lex Friedman
    Gold iPhone? It wouldn’t be Apple’s first brush with colour

    A colourful history Rumour has it that Apple might ship a gold iPhone this spring. That wouldn’t be as big a shock as some folks seem to think....

  5. Workflow
    August 8th, 2013 by Anthony Caruana
    Storage breakdown

    How much data are you storing? Do you really know? And how do you share that data? Is it backed up? When you start thinking about all the different...

  6. Security
    August 4th, 2013 by John Dix
    Cloud computing causing rethinking of disaster recovery

    Cloud computing gives organisations the opportunity to rethink many traditional IT practices, but it may be a particularly good fit for disaster recovery...

  7. Features
    July 29th, 2013 by Anthony Caruana
    Point of sale systems

    As retailers have become more aware of the importance of stock management, the humble register has become a critical element of stock control. Point...

  8. Features
    July 28th, 2013 by Steven Aquino
    Pecking order: typing with cerebral palsy

    The majority of my freelance writing up to this point has consisted of a slew of articles related to accessibility and vision. But, thanks to my cerebral...

  9. Features
    July 25th, 2013 by Jackie Dove, Macworld
    Hands-on: Corel Painter X3 gets new visual, brush and painting features

    There’s image editing and then there’s fine art – and Corel has always positioned Painter, its flagship professional painting program, on the...

  10. Features
    July 21st, 2013 by Howard Baldwin
    Why the enterprise can’t shake its email addiction

    Atos CEO Thierry Breton caught a lot of flak last year when he announced he wanted his employees to give up email, but he may have been onto something....

  11. Features
    July 20th, 2013 by Christopher Null
    Gaming Twitter: how one man turns fake followers into windfall profits

    Short on friends? James Clegg can sell you a few. How about a thousand or so followers on Twitter, delivered overnight for about a penny apiece? Clegg...

  12. Features
    July 9th, 2013 by Lex Friedman
    The App Store turns five: a look back and forward

    Five years ago, the App Store was born. A million apps, billions of dollars and an uncountably high number of Angry Birds later, the store is unquestionably...

  13. Features
    July 2nd, 2013 by Lesa Snider
    The art of choosing colours

    Colour can evoke emotion, capture attention and send a message. Whether you’re designing business cards, setting up a photo shoot or shopping for...

  14. Features
    June 30th, 2013 by Liane Cassavoy
    Creepy Facebook apps mine your profile for bikini shots, break-up status

    The world has fallen for Facebook hook, line, and sinker. It puts you in touch with old friends! It lets you share photos and videos! But plenty of...

  15. Features
    June 28th, 2013 by James Galbraith
    5 portable batteries for charging your iPad (and everything else)

    It takes a lot of power to light up an iPad’s 9.7in screen – and even more to power the fourth-generation model’s Retina display. That’s why...

  16. Features
    June 26th, 2013 by Kyle Wiens
    The best and worst Macs for upgrades and repairs

    Twelve best and worst DIY Macs I’ve spent the past 10 years playing around with Macs at iFixit: tearing them down, upgrading them, repairing them...

  17. Features
    June 26th, 2013 by Macworld Staff
    Switch to Mac: translating Windows to OS X

    Congratulations! You’ve made the leap from a Windows PC to the Mac. Now that you’re here, it’s no surprise that you might be feeling...

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