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It's not a desktop Mac replacement. The MacBook is ideal for on-the-go use.
For a lot of people, the MacBook is the ideal laptop. It’s light, small, easy to carry, and offers good performance for productivity software.
A security researcher has created a free security tool that can detect attempts by ransomware programs to encrypt files on users' Macs and then block them before they do a lot of damage.
The OS X command line developer tools include an old version of the Git source code management system that exposes Mac users to remote code execution attacks.
Users will pay a monthly or yearly fee to access TextExpander snippets on the Mac, iPad, iPhone, and even a beta app for Windows.
As Apple turns 40, here's a look back at some of the hit products that shaped an entire industry—and some that did not.
Apple's desktop operating system, Mac OS X, has been the staple crop for its iMacs and MacBooks. Here we go back to where it all began in 2001.
Executive News Editor Ken Mingis and Apple expert Michael deAgonia talk about their quest to get the very first copy of OS X 10.0 in March 2001 -- and about what the current version of Apple's OS still lacks.
Selling your old device will put cash in your pocket, and requires surprisingly little effort these days.
Even if you never tag or rename your photos, Lightroom should be able to find just the one you're looking for.
The KeRanger file-encrypting ransomware program for Mac OS X is based on Linux.Encoder and contains crypto flaws that could allow users to recover their files without paying cybercriminals.
With the help of security researchers, Apple over the weekend quickly blocked a cyberattack aimed at infecting Mac users with file-encrypting malware known as ransomware.
For professional recording engineers, Pro Tools is this industry standard, but creative types will find it surprisingly suitable—there's even a free version to get you started.
This is one of the premiere programs for music creation, recording, and production.
Apple on Wednesday released an update for OS X 10.6, aka Snow Leopard, an edition it last patched in September 2013.
Mark Hachman discovered that the open box tablet he purchased still was keyed to a prior account. Don't make the same mistake.
Whip up some three-dimensional people almost as easily as creating your avatar in a video game.
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