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How to find your Mac's serial number

There are several approaches you can take to find your Mac's serial number.

By December 27, 2013


Microsoft's IE reclaims lost ground in browser battle

Internet Explorer resumed growth in browser usage in March, reversing a years-long slide at least for now. IE9 in particular grew fast, but Microsoft is weak in mobile browsing.

By April 2, 2012


iPhoto, other apps not launching after 10.6.6 update

After installing the latest version of OS X, a few people have found some programs (iLife applications in particular) will not launch.

By January 11, 2011


New AT&T survey asks about iPhone 3G, GPS, MMS, third-party app support

New AT&T survey asks about iPhone 3G, GPS, MMS, third-party app support

By August 29, 2007


Grey and inactive menu items in Adobe Photoshop CS5

An ongoing issue with Adobe Photoshop CS5 that a few people are experiencing is the menu items will not work and instead will appear greyed out after a while of using the program. In some instances only a subset of menu options will be inactive, but in other instances the full menu set will not work.

By June 10, 2010


Weekly Utilities Update: MacPorts, SmartReporter, AirPort Flow, more...

Our Weekly Utilities Update report is a list of all the updates for many Mac utilities that have been released in the past week.

By January 10, 2010


Apple KB Updates: Small iPhone issues, and iDisk sharing

Apple's latest bout of knowledgebase updates includes a number of small pointers for people using their iPhones.

By January 7, 2010


How to restore missing applications in OS X

Sometimes people may find an application missing that was included with the OS X installation. If this happens there are several ways to restore the missing application.

By December 3, 2010


What Intel Z68 SSD caching means for iMac owners

The Z68 chipset used in Apple's new iMacs supports new SSD-caching technology, but are the iMacs able to take advantage of this?

By May 11, 2011


What Apple's sandboxing means for developers and users

Apple will be requiring developers to sandbox their applications in the Mac App Store starting next year. Here is what this means for both developers and the customers.

By November 3, 2011