1. News
    Google’s Chrome will automatically block malware

    A developer version of Google’s Chrome browser will automatically flag and block malware that the user’s anti-malware system wouldn’t otherwise...

  2. Reviews 1
    Apple Safari 7

    The new OS X Mavericks seems to offer far better performance and power management – but its programs often pack fewer features and less-elegant...

  3. News
    Apple Safari catches up with rivals on Flash security

    While not a security cure-all, Apple’s decision to finally place the Adobe Flash Player within its own sandbox in Safari will make one of hackers’...

  4. Reviews
    Double Robotics

    What can you do for those times when you need to be in the office, but you just can’t make it? How about having a robot go in your place? That’s...

  5. Help
    Ten essential tips for searching the web

    Finding just the right page among the billions on the web requires not only a search engine, but also a bit of know-how. Here is a selection of my...

  6. App Guide
    Passwarden

    If you like to keep your information private, there’s never been a better time to save that info on your Mac and iOS devices. The Apple market is...

  7. App Guide
    Safari Keyword Search 2.2.5

    About 90 percent of the time that I’m on the web (to use a number I picked out of thin air), I’m searching for something. But while I usually...

  8. Help
    Secrets of the iOS 7 keyboard

    iOS 7 packs a lot of changes: new icons, new app interfaces and new features, such as Control Center. But you may not have looked closely at one...

  9. App Guide
    1Password 4

    Hands-on: new 1Password 4 looks like a worthy update to a great OS X app. Despite having to contend with a market that’s increasingly crowded by...

  10. Blogs 1
    It’s the little things: what we like and don’t like in iOS 7

    Now that we’ve been living with iOS 7 for a while, we’ve had a chance to uncover some little things we might not have noticed at first. Some of...

  11. News
    CloudOn’s virtual Office moves from the app to the browser

    CloudOn, a company producing apps for iOS and Android devices that provide Microsoft Office where Microsoft doesn’t, is breaking into the browser....

  12. Help
    Beyond Siri: dictation tricks for the iPhone and iPad

    You’re probably familiar with using Siri to make calls on your iPhone, as well as to open apps on your iOS device, get information, and set up...

  13. Blogs
    What we already know about iOS 7

    With new iPhones rumoured to make an appearance, the imminent Apple event is likely to see a rehash of all the features coming to iOS devices new...

  14. App Guide
    Buffer

    Buffer automates the timing of your social media posts. It sports a sophisticated interface and options for including several social networks, notably...

  15. App Guide
    Hands-on with Coast, the iPad browser from Opera

    Everything about Coast, the new iPad-only browser that Opera released on Monday, was designed for browsing on Apple’s tablet. Opera threw out...

  16. App Guide
    AwayFind

    Most of us check email too much far too often. If you want to cut the ties that bind you to your inbox, but don’t want to worry about missing...

  17. Reviews 1
    Firefox 23: cheerful, cluttered and a bit too eager to please

    When I reviewed Mozilla’s Firefox last summer, it had gained more in version numbers than in notable features. With version 23, the open-source...

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