Remote control computers via the Internet, take part in online meetings, and display your own screen.
OS X contains a number of hidden utilities that are generally accessed via System Preferences, but which can also be launched and used independently.
You can access common files and folders directly from Safari's Bookmarks bar.
If you would like to set up an AirPlay device for playing music, you can do so without purchasing any new hardware.
You've set up your Raspberry Pi and had a look around at what the amazing micro computer can do. How about a fun project?
Mountain Lion has an easy way to look up all available Bonjour services, if needed.
The free Splashtop Remote app lets Windows users connect to their Macs through a local Wi-Fi network or over the Internet.
Launched last month, the Chrome Remote Desktop extension lets you connect to and control one computer from another but it can be especially handy for bridging the gap between PC and Mac.
Sometimes when troubleshooting OS X, you may not be able to use the keyboard or mouse, or even see what's happening on the screen. Here are some ways to work around this.
Responding to a security vulnerability discovered in its Android phones, HTC says it's aware of the problem and is working on an update to resolve it.
Claiming credit for the cyberattack against Dutch certificate company DigiNotar, Comodohacker is threatening to release other fake certificates.