Oculus has 'paused' its non-Windows development lines, as the virtual reality (VR) headset maker focuses on Windows exclusively.
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The popular Pencil stylus gains support in Astropad, an iPad app that mirrors graphics programs over Wi-Fi from a Mac computer to your slate.
The drive-by download attack targeted users of Internet Explorer and Firefox. The zero-day vulnerability could allow an infected machine to be taken over by an attacker.
Google is transitioning its Chrome browser to 64-bit, which means that Mac owners running older Intel hardware will need to find a new browser or risk running an unpatched browser.
If you are running a Mac that uses a third-party SSD with TRIM enabled, then upgrading to OS X 10.10 Yosemite will leave you in a world of hurt as Apple drops support for third-party SSDs.
The Windows, Mac and Linux versions of Flash Player all have critical security vulnerabilities patched in a new version.
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?
Adobe also made Primetime DRM available on apps without a Flash Player plugin, representing a shift away from its Flash-player approach in favor of using emerging HTML5 extensions that support video embedded directly into Web pages.
Apple's Handoff demo was one of the stars of the WWDC keynote. However, its hardware support will be limited to a select batch of current Macs.
[UPDATED] A vulnerability in Flash Player for Windows, Mac and Linux is being exploited in the wild. An update is available from Adobe (and Google and Microsoft for their browsers).
A fix for Flash Player addresses four security problems. Windows, Mac and Linux users are all vulnerable.
Thunderbolt Networking allows two computers to connect to each other directly without having to first create a network. It's available now in Thunderbolt 2 Macs running Mavericks and a Windows driver is due by the end of June.
[UPDATE] A new version of Flash fixes two vulnerabilities in the Windows, Mac and Linux versions. They're not super-high priority.
The latest beta release of the Chrome browser for Linux, Mac and Windows introduces support for voice commands, as well as improved support for responsive design for web developers.
An exploit exists in the wild for the vulnerability patched today in Flash Player. Windows, Mac and Linux versions are affected.
Mac users now have an easier way to flash CyanogenMod to their Android device with a new installer.
Things change drastically in April 2014, when Microsoft finally ends support for the much beloved Windows XP. It's time to convert to Windows 8 or Windows 7 or Mac or Linux or BYOD. And time is running out.
Critical vulnerabilities in Flash on Windows, Mac and Linux expose users to attack.
Online tech support can be an opportunity to trick unsophisticated users into buying unnecessary software and services. Malwarebytes found a company that offers such disservices to Mac users.
Support for Linux's next generation of display server headlines a release that brings almost 35,000 changes.
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