My family is old. And large. They came to Chicago about 100 years ago, and, I swear, almost everyone from back then is still living. These relatives have a few things in common (besides living for a long time). They ...

Alright, dear Mac user. When it comes to playing music on your Mac, what’s your poison? iTunes, right? After all, iTunes is free. iTunes may be a behemoth but it does everything. In fact, it does so much, sometimes iTunes ...

My Mac usage dates back well over a decade and I’ve been something of an appoholic since. There are few apps I’m not willing to try (affordability being the big killer of incentive), even those normally reserved for my geekier ...

There’s something strange in the neighborhood. Who you gonna call? How about Browser Busters? Why? Because there’s something strange going on with browser versions. Poor old Safari. Apple keeps the Mac’s most popular browser stuck at version 5 while most ...

My first Mac years ago was a hand-me-down gift from Aunt Tera. It didn’t do much back in the early 1990s. I couldn’t afford Photoshop or Microsoft Office, so I scrounged around for whatever I could get my hands on ...

Have you heard of the Lytro camera? It’s a new way to take photos. The camera itself is a crazy looking box; like a rectangularized tube with a camera lens on one end. With Lytro, every photo is in focus. There’s no ...

One thing that is beginning to disturb me about modern technology (electronic gadgets with software) is that everything does everything. The latest is that Apple’s iPad 3 will be the remote control for Apple TV. Anthony Wing Kosner asks the question in ...