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Apple has issued a software update to protect Macintosh computers from being bitten by a recently discovered Bash bug seen as a threat to internet-linked devices, but it does not fix all known Shellshock exploits.
A grassroots event celebrating the engineering and design teams behind the 30 year old Apple Macintosh was excellent but poorly attended. Does Silicon Valley respect engineering?
Is there an Apple user on your gift list? Here's a short list of useful, unusual, and yet practical hardware accessories for Macintosh and iOS devices.
Nobel-winning economist and New York Times opinionator Paul Krugman tries to put into context Steve Ballmer's exit announcement, the history of the Wintel industry and the rise of smart phones. What's hindering Krugman's analysis is that he's a typical Windows PC end-user.
If Apple switched from the Intel architecture now used in its Macintosh computers to something of its own design, how exactly would they go about it?
Stellar Phoenix Mac Photo Recovery Software recovers lost, deleted, or formatted photos, videos, audios, and pod casts from Mac machines....
It was a time before the GUI, when computers were micros, when memory was measured in kilobytes and storage strategy meant choosing whether to buy a second five and a quarter inch floppy drive. It was eleven days before the launch of the Apple Macintosh.
Company's Macintosh operations team makes available scripts and utilities it currently uses internally to manage Internet giant's network of Apple computers.
OpenGL Extension Viewer is reliable software which displays the vendor name, the version implemented, the renderer name, and the extensions...
Motorola took aim at Apple's iPad during the Super Bowl on Sunday with an advertisement that played on Apple's famous 1984 commercial for the Macintosh introduction. The question is whether viewers will buy Apple in the Big Blue bad-guy role. Take the poll and let us know what you think!
The Apple Macintosh turned 27 years old this week and we thought we'd celebrate with a fun little quiz to test your knowledge. Take our Mac quiz to find out if you're truly the Apple jedi that you claim, or if you're just a poser.
The clashing values of quality vs. commodity, and hardware innovation vs. supply chain innovation can be seen in the historic feud of Apple and Dell. This past week, when Apple stock closed at $314, it's hard to remember the days when the "common wisdom" of the technology market was that Apple was toast, that anyone buying a Macintosh was crazy, and the best case for the company was to close up shop and send everyone home.
A new sign of greater acceptance by business customers of Apple and the Macintosh is Cupertino's growing interest in that once 100 percent PC market. Apple is expanding its sales support operation to businesses as well as adding business-centric sections to its retail stores.
Does it have enough in common with the old Apple TV to do what the old Apple TV could do?
Apple has come a long way since Job's "milk the Macintosh" mantra
With all the deafening buzz about the recent release of the iPad and Cupertino putting its boot down on cross-compilers for mobile apps, one had to strain a bit to hear the real story in Apple Q2 announcements: Despite the increasing competition from major vendors and the gloomy outlooks from analysts, the Macintosh is gaining strength in many market segments and so is the iPhone.
Of course, the vast mindshare of the tech market is focused almost single-mindedly on Wednesday and its supposed announcement of an Apple tablet. Still, one longtime Mac-head was impressed by the continuing strength of Mac sales. And this in the face of the competition's (aka Microsoft) desperate marketing campaigns.
Industry observers point to the amazing margins of the iPhone and the declining margins for computers. So, of course, the logical course of action is for Apple to abandon the Macintosh? It's crazy talk.
If you are both history buff and Apple fan, you're going to love the latest exhibit at the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley (just a stone's throw from the GooglePlex, for the geography buffs reading, too.)The documents offer a peek back into the early days of the company, specifically the documents related to the 150,000 shares of common stock being offered to investors in 1977 and the business plan for the Macintosh unit from 1981.
Miami-based Apple clone maker Psystar may be planning to sell a netbook pre-configured with Mac OS X.A year after entering a headline-grabbing legal battle with Apple's legal department over its Mac-compatible Open Computer, Psystar is still selling its Macintosh clones pre-loaded with Mac OS X.
Is Apple is putting such a big hurt on Microsoft that Redmond should retarget Apple and pull the plug on its Macintosh Business Unit? That's what some blogsters are saying. What are they smoking?
Twenty-five years ago, on 24 January, 1984, Apple unveiled the Macintosh computer. We look back at the history of a unique brand, and forward to what may happen
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