Security update for Safari browser on Mac OS X removed from distribution after causing problems. No word from Apple yet on disposition.
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Apple has provided a lesson in browser security after hackers hijack connections to iCloud.com in China.
After its release on the iPad last year, Opera has brought its touch-friendly browser to Apple smartphones too.
Apple has vowed its commitment to the environment on a new section of its website, announcing it will recycle any Apple product at no charge.
Hackers took over an Electronic Arts subdomain which they used to host a fake Apple ID login screen designed to steal credit card info.
The iPad and iPhone maker is facing scrutiny and potential ISP blocks over "misleading" warranties on its products.
While Apple is focused on spreading premium-prices smartphones across the globe, browser maker Mozilla has its sights aimed squarely on the low-cost smartphone market and has announced a deal for a chipset which it said will pave the way for $25 smartphones.
Apple posted a video celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Mac on its website featuring some of its highest profile users sharing their Mac experiences.
Apple has blocked older versions of Flash Player in its Safari browser after malware writers turned their attention to exploiting flaws in the software.
Facebook and Apple made headlines recently when they announced that employees at both companies had been hacked. It appears that the hacks originated from an infected theme at a popular iPhone SDK forum which exploited a zero day Java vulnerability.
Reports suggest that both Facebook and Apple employees — and likely others, including Twitter — visited an infected website laden with malware, which exploited a vulnerability in Java. Now that the cause has been identified, here's what you can do.
A group of Apple users in the UK have launched a legal case against Google after the search giant was found to have bypassed privacy settings in the Safari browser by U.S. authorities.
Sometimes Safari doesn't work with a particular website or web application. What can you do — besides simply launching another browser?
FixYa, the problem-solving website, has just published a report on buyers' most common complaints about four of the most popular 7-inch tablets from Apple, Google, Amazon and Barnes & Noble
DNT was already supported by browsers from Microsoft, Mozilla and Apple, and now it's a feature of Chrome as well. But people turning on the feature in Google's browser are warned that many websites will still collect their data to serve ads.
Less than a month after a U.K. court forced Apple to add a court judgment to its U.K. website, Apple has now been forced to remove "untrue" elements of the statement.
The iPhone and iPad maker has issued an 'advert' on its website, following a U.K. High Court ruling earlier this year, in which Apple slams ten bells out of Samsung, its arch-rival in the tablet space.
iFixIt has torn down the rMBP13 and displayed the parts in their naked glory on its website. In addition to having soldered RAM and a new battery configuration, Apple moved the SSD under the trackpad into a space almost large enough to fit a 2.5-inch drive. Hmmm...
Mozilla debuts a simple website creator of its own, Thimble, which allows Internet users to publish sites written in HTML and CSS from the browser window within minutes.
Wikipedia is warning its users that seeing ads on its website usually means your computer is infected with some type of malware. Most of the time, this means a rogue browser add-on or extension.
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