Mountain Lion has an easy way to look up all available Bonjour services, if needed.
Ooh là là! EE and Vodafone are bringing 4G and 3G to the Channel Tunnel so you can brush up on your French on the Eurostar.
If you have massive amounts of data to move from one Mac to another, file sharing over Wi-Fi may not be the best approach.
If you are experiencing troubles with SMB connections in OS X Mavericks, you can try forcing the use of the prior SMB protocol.
Starting over with a fresh copy of Apple's media-player software requires uninstalling several programs besides iTunes itself.
Apple's Back To My Mac service may interfere with Time Machine's ability to backup to a local network share.
Apple's iCloud service makes printing to your remote Mac relatively easy to do.
Droid NAS for Android allows Android devices to show up in Finder for Mac, so you can transfer files between them over Wi-Fi.
Bonjour, Always On fans! Molly Wood visits the City of Light where the future of technology is being discussed at Le Web 2012. Plus, torture tests are back! Molly takes Apple's iPad Mini along the Champs-Elysees for a Paris-inspired test.
The $38.99 Eiffel Tower USB flash drive holds 8GB of data, and it doesn't get annoyed when you speak bad French.