We've got 1000x the internet we had in 1993. What's the point of another 1000x by 2033?
MacFixIt Answers is a feature in which we answer questions e-mailed to us by our readers. This week, we have questions concerning multiple files being deleted when using Secure Empty Trash, application integration between OS X and virtual machines, using Spotlight to search system files, and using Web mail (Gmail specifically) as a default e-mail client.
MacFixIt Answers is a feature where we answer questions e-mailed to us by readers. This week, we have questions on the specifics of Mail's "Find" behaviors, whether an old iPhone can be used as an iPod Touch, how to downgrade Safari 5 to Safari 4, and options for viewing animated Gif files that are sent in email messages.
Labels are a simple tool used in Gmail to organize all your conversations.
An open-source, Thunderbird-based revamp of the venerable e-mail software has entered beta testing.
Export quality has apparently been reduced for some file formats.
Staff Pick: Display Maestro Display Maestro is a menubar add-on that gives you enhanced control over the displays you have attached to the computer (both external and internal). By default Apple keeps display settings simple, and only provides those th
Gmail has a lot going for it, but why can't it offer an optional chronological interface like most email services and program?
There's a lot going on this week. Amidst the celebration of the Obama Inauguration, let's not forget that this week is also the 25th anniversary of the Macintosh. For me, this occasion offers a time for reflection
We thought about calling this podcast graves in space, or delicious Yak, or Jason makes the earth move. But soup_n_salad in the chat room nailed it. A new company wants to send 5,000 capsules full of cremated remains to the moon for burial.