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Microsoft is insisting that users and vendors do things its way with Windows 8 and some of them aren't going to take it anymore.
A second cross-platform Trojan downloader has been discovered that detects if you're running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux, and then downloads the corresponding malware for your platform. Unlike the first one, which supported PowerPC Macs, this one does Intel x86 Macs.
Samba has issued new versions and multiple patches for a remote code execution hole in its open source software that is included in most Linux distributions as well as Apple's Mac OS X Server.
Patches have been released for file-networking protocol software, Samba, revealing that the software, which is used extensively in Macs and Linux, has been subject to a critical vulnerability for five years.
Recently I've had the pleasure of digging out a couple of old Mac computers to demonstrate to a few family members out of curiosity. I am definitely a believer in educating the next generation on computing of the past, and how we got from there to where we are today.
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The UK online film provider Lovefilm is dropping Adobe's Flash as its delivery technology in favour of Microsoft's Silverlight.The move will mean no more Lovefilm access for those running Linux/Unix systems or older Macs that use PowerPC chips rather than Intel.
More developers are using Mac operating systems than Linux, although Windows maintains its dominance, a new survey has found
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More North Americans are using the Mac operating system than Linux as their development environment, according to a survey conducted by Evans Data.
Worried about the Black Screen of Death? Don't. Startup problems are not new to PC hardware and operating systems, and the phenomenon definitely isn't limited to the Windows operating system. Blank or black screens can strike Macs, Linux, and Windows. Fortunately, they're relatively rare. Here's what to look for and how to troubleshoot a black screen if you encounter one.
Ars Technica has unearthed a nice set of Best Buy training slides from Microsoft: Ones aimed at teaching store employees how to pitch Windows 7 PCs vs. Macs. Given how much time, effort and money Microsoft is spending to fight Apple, these docs are a lot more relevant than the Linux ones circulating earlier this week.
The tech industry spends a lot of time talking about market share. Whether it's hardware (iPod, iPhone, Macs ...) or software (Windows, Linux, Mac OS, browsers ...), we seems to want to read a lot into this particular metric. But is "market share" thinking "old school" thinking?
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) last week put the contract to maintain and develop its e-tax system out to market, with indications remaining that Mac OS X and Linux versions of the software are a ways off.
A streaming version of the online TV on-demand service has been launched for non-Windows platforms, with a download version due in 2008
Since I first started writing this blog, I've had very few nice things to say about Macs in education. I've never been the typical Windows or Linux fanboy, merely claiming that Apples suck.
And a multi-platform download version is in the pipeline for 2008…
Silicon.com's CIO jury rules on whether the cost of upgrading to Windows Vista will force more organizations to evaluate alternatives including Apple Macs and Linux PCs for the desktop.
Microsoft's 'aggressive' licensing policies have led one company to seek out Apple Macs and Linux desktops in a bid to reduce dependency on Windows
Yesterday Adobe announced availability of Flash Player 9 for the Intel Macs. The main draw for Flash is its cross platform capabilities, and with a new player version lacking for both Linux and the new Intel Macs, that cross platform hadn't looked quite as solid as in days of old. But it's great to see the push to get it out, and now the team can focus on the Linux version.
eWeek's Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols on the new Intel powered Macs: For XP users, the problem is that Apple uses Intel's EFI (extensible firmware interface) rather than a BIOS.
Originally selling Linux for Macs that used IBM's PowerPC chips, Terra Soft has regrouped in the wake of Apple's Intel switch.
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