Cleaning up PCs was often stressful work when parents and other relatives were using XP. More secure versions of Windows and good free tools like Malwarebytes and SlimCleaner have made life much easier. These are the tools I use....
iTunes is a free application for Mac and PC. It plays all your digital music and video. It syncs content to your iPod, iPhone, and...
Apple could be looking at damages of up to $862m, after a jury finds it has violated a patent held by the University of Wisconsin.
After long last (and 10 million downloads on the Google Play Store) Google Keep is freely available for iOS devices. The note-taking app has several advanced features with cloud backup.
Notable security news items for the week ending September 4, 2015. Covers enterprise, application and mobile security, reports and more.
The race of audio formats has never ended or slowed down. Quite the opposite, it's just revving up and often confuses people by the...
Last week the President of the United States showed up in Marc Maron's garage and spoke plainly about many issues, including race relations. Here's why.
A jury has knocked back a claim by a patent licensing firm that was seeking damages from Apple over five Nokia patents.
uTorrent is the world's most popular BitTorrent client, and is now available for Mac.uTorrent Mac introduces uTP, a new lightweight...
No doubt Apple is still smarting over a $533 million court case won by Smartflash this week, but Ericsson is now also suing the company in a patent dispute.
It's likely this will build on Apple's own AirDrop technology. But this may be one of the first steps in recent years that may combat illegal file sharing.
Apple has secured a dismissal in a suit brought against it over allegedly faulty logic boards in its MacBooks.
Apple has escaped a potential $1bn damages bill after a jury decided an iTunes update that kept rivals' music off its iPod was a genuine product improvement.
After making seven business trips since the iPhone 6 launch, Matthew has thoroughly tested many phones on the road, on the water, and in the air. The Apple iPhone 6 Plus continues to rise to the top.
Details are emerging about a serious vulnerability found by a Swedish hacker in Apple's OS X Yosemite, called "Rootpipe." A patch isn't likely to appear until January 2015.
A roundup of educational articles, apps and tutorials for educators looking to integrate technology into the classroom, updated for 2014.
Apple is now telling users to roll back their new iPhones to the first version of iOS 8 after the first update to the operating system caused a raft of problems.
The iPhone and iPad giant is dishing out its latest mobile operating system, iOS 8, with the latest features and greater support for enterprise users.
When Apple added OTA (Over The Air) updating to iOS, it promised a simple, streamlined update experience. So why have I just spent the best part of an hour deleting apps and files to make room for iOS 8?
Maybe the new iPhone 6 will be the greatest thing since sliced bread, but that doesn't mean Apple still doesn't have a lot of basics that need fixing.
According to reports, Apple is stopping work on Aperture, its professional photo-editing application and will instead focus efforts on the forthcoming Photos software due with the OS X Yosemite. Some content professionals aren't pleased with the news.
Overnight, many Australian users of Apple's devices, both iOS and OS X, have woken up to find access to their devices locked by hackers asking for US$100 to unlock them.