For years, Oracle has tormented Windows users by bundling adware with its Java installer for Windows PCs. Now Oracle has begun including the same adware as part of a default installation of Java for the Mac, using the same deceptive techniques.
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PC sales are declining - despite the end-of-XP support bump - while Mac sales were up 18 percent in Q2 and 21 percent in Q3 of 2014. Why isn't the Mac declining along with Windows PCs?
Micron Technology launched new solid-state drives for PCs and touted longevity to appeal to those worried about SSDs that die too early.
There were many positive developments unveiled at Apple's recent WWDC. But one major piece of 1980s technology at the center of the Mac and iOS stack needs replacement. Tech rarely gets better with age.
Storage and SAN technology vendors this week introduced a wide range of Thunderbolt products for super-fast networking between Macs and PCs.
Almost 25 years ago, tricksters at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco tried to get unwary press to report on their fake Mac products. Now, most of the then-improbable technology is a shrink-wrapped product.
Apple's solidly built PCs have developed a cult following over the years, but they never made a dent in the enterprise. Why did the Mac fail to crack the enterprise code? I've found six reasons.
Apple technology today is accepted worldwide by consumers and businesses alike. Still, attacks against the Mac continue unabated with the same 30-year-old refrains.
The OSX/Flashback botnet is "adrift" says Intego, but still alive. Mac version research shows how this is unsurprising and not a big concern.
Sometimes, when you know exactly the application you're solving for, the right machine might not be what seems obvious at first. In this case, both against PCs and against the new Mac Pro, the iMac turned out to be the best option.
What are the most awesome technology creations that have changed the world that we live in? Let's start with these.
Putting off investments in new PCs and other infrastructure may save money in the short term, but research suggests sticking with older technology may hurt a small company's credibility with employees and customers.
LondonOffices.com has run a survey and reckons that people have better technology at home – PCs and broadband – than they do at work, but the numbers suggest the opposite is true…
While the new Mac Pro may be the butt of jokes for its odd visual appearance, it's packed with state of the art desktop technology. But is it too late to make much of a difference in today's mobile world and the future of cloud computing and SaaS?
The latest numbers from NetMarketShare show that the PC market might be slowing, but it's not changing much. Windows 8 is growing its share as people replace their old PCs, and despite vocal threats, no one appears to have replaced their Windows PC with a Mac or Linux.
UEFI — the BIOS replacement that bought the Secure Boot technology to Windows 8 PCs — is set to appear in a wide range of devices, from smartphones to servers.
The Mac Pro (affectionately known as "the cheese grater") hasn't received a major update in 2.5 years, and Thunderbolt expansion chassis technology could render the tower architecture extinct.
The board of the world's number one supplier of PCs by shipment is reportedly looking at options to "obtain maximum value for shareholders." One of those options is splitting up the technology giant into smaller companies.
The shift from PCs to post-PC devices is a lot more than just replacing desktops and notebooks with smartphones and tablets; it's a shift in how we interact with technology. This will have a significant effect on how the PC evolves over the coming years.
The upstart company's partnership is part of a strategy to outflank Microsoft's Kinect hardware for PCs.