Leah YamshonAssociate Managing Editor, Macworld

Leah has been a part of the Macworld family since 2011. She started out covering iOS accessories (So. Many. Cases.) and Mac software, then moved on to all things iOS. She now works behind-the-scenes to keep Macworld's calendar full.

Pocket 5.0's dynamic story prioritization feature is a real Highlight

Read-it-later service Pocket now sorts your stories by length and popularity, making it easier to power through your reading list.

Improve your game from all angles with Zepp Labs' multi-sport sensor

Swing, batter, swing! Now, higher. Now, with some follow through.

Bring your Halloween jack-o'-lanterns to life with these tech hacks

If you really want to scare the crap out of the neighbor's kids, you need a pumpkin with batteries!

Tech me out to the ballgame: High-tech secrets of AT&T Park

While you're munching on your third hot dog, an army is at work behind the scenes, armed with serious tech, to give you a modern sports spectacle.

Dorm room entertainment: Build a killer system with just two devices

All you need is a good multi-use monitor and and awesome set of speakers.

Five must-have gadgets for your new college dorm room

Your dorm room is the place you’ll call home for the next year, so make it your own! From fun to functional, this gear will turn your room into a safe haven for work, play, and hanging out.

Take note: Smart classroom tools for tech-savvy students

Attention college students! Use these tools to help you study.

Nerd, interrupted: Inside a smartphone addiction treatment center

Those who suffer from nomophobia—the fear of being without a mobile phone—need a special type of rehab therapy and wellness programs to bring them back to reality.

Don't get 'catfished:' Tips for vetting a stranger's online identity

All you need is a little prowess and search knowhow to expose someone online. It's not creepy, it's for your own safety.

'I almost got sued for knitting a Firefly hat': The legal risks of pop-culture fan art

How intellectual-property squabbles over fan-made crafts are alienating fan communities.

Portrait of a Bitcoin miner: How one man made $192K in virtual currency

All it takes is 50 grand in water-cooled PC hardware.