Glenn Fleishman

Senior Contributor

Glenn Fleishman is the author of dozens of books, including Take Control of Zoom (May 2020), a deep dive into how to best use that videoconferencing software. He’s a senior contributor to Macworld, where he writes Mac 911.

iHome iSP6 and iSP8 SmartPlug reviews: An easy entree into the smart home

Apple TV FAQ: Apple's new streaming video and gaming machine explained
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Apple TV FAQ: Apple's new streaming video and gaming machine explained

The new Apple TV looks almost indistinguishable from the previous model, but couldn't be more different under the hood. Here's what you need to know about it.

What lies beneath: What you need to know about content blockers in iOS 9 Safari

What lies beneath: What you need to know about content blockers in iOS 9 Safari

Call them content filters or ad blockers, iOS 9's ability to plug apps into Safari that handle how items are retrieved on web pages will change the way we mobile surf.

Hacking Team hack reveals why you shouldn't jailbreak your iPhone

Hacking Team hack reveals why you shouldn't jailbreak your iPhone

A massive breach in the private data of a firm that sells software to governments to spy on communications shows that jailbroken iPhones are vulnerable.

Hacking Team hack shows why you shouldn't jailbreak your iPhone

Hacking Team hack shows why you shouldn't jailbreak your iPhone

A massive breach in the private data of a firm that sells software to governments to spy on communications shows that jailbroken iPhones are vulnerable.

Zero-day exploit lets App Store malware steal OS X and iOS passwords
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Zero-day exploit lets App Store malware steal OS X and iOS passwords

A new research paper reveals methods for OS X and iOS malware that makes it into the App Store to steal passwords and app data, as well as hijack session tokens.

Apple reveals OS X 10.11 El Capitan, promising better speed and other upgrades

Apple reveals OS X 10.11 El Capitan, promising better speed and other upgrades

El Capitan, the name of OS X 10.11, is full of minor improvements and bumps in speed and efficiency.

Wearable security: Two-factor authentication apps for Apple Watch

Wearable security: Two-factor authentication apps for Apple Watch

Early extensions of iPhone apps for varying forms of authentication find a useful home as Watch apps.

Murphy's Law and the new MacBook: We had setup hassles, migrating or not

Murphy's Law and the new MacBook: We had setup hassles, migrating or not

Your faithful guinea pigs find piles of glitches on the road to getting new MacBooks up and running.

Use an external SSD to make an old Mac feel new (without cracking it open)

Use an external SSD to make an old Mac feel new (without cracking it open)

When internal surgery of a Mac isn't in the cards, an external SSD can rejuvenate a slow machine.

How to manage cellular data usage on your iPhone and iPad with iOS 8

How to manage cellular data usage on your iPhone and iPad with iOS 8

An excerpt from the new ebook "A Practical Guide to Networking and Security in iOS 8."

How to keep your email private with PGP encryption on your Mac

How to keep your email private with PGP encryption on your Mac

GPGTools works with Mail.app and Thunderbird, and Keybase helps you publish your public key and verify other people's.

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