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The exploit he developed yields root access
Researchers created Thunderstrike 2 firmware malware that could remotely infect Apple computers and remain even if a user were to wipe the hard drive and reinstall OS X.
Version 2.0 of Swift and upgraded frameworks for Watch apps are on the way
Siri gets smarter. Apple Watch gets much more useful. And is Apple Music poised to kill other streaming music services by offering every feature imaginable?
Pro developers only have to pay $99 a year to develop for OS X, iOS and Apple Watch
Older Apple systems unlock the firmware after a computer goes to sleep
Adobe's photo organizer makes easy work of HDR and panoramas, recognizes faces, and takes better advantage of your computer's GPU.
Apple invites developers to "learn about the future of iOS and OS X" at annual conference.
Apple’s messaging system works brilliantly—most of the time. Here are some simple fixes for five common problems.
The new MacBook isn't the only Apple laptop to get a fancy new pressure-sensitive trackpad, though it may not be exactly the same model.
Documents leaked by Edward Snowden detail how the CIA repeatedly tried to crack the security in Mac OS X and iOS applications.
Apple's redesigned MacBook is 24 percent thinner than the MacBook Air and features a single USB-C port to connect power supply, HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA and USB devices.
A free preview is available to try, and surprise, it provides a seamless experience with Office on other platforms.
People who upgraded to iOS 8 are also experiencing Wi-Fi woes that Apple has yet to address.
Apple is putting the final touches on the next update to OS X Yosemite as it again tries to stamp out Wi-Fi problems customers have complained of since the operating system launched in October.
After disclosing multiple Windows vulnerabilities over the past month, Google's Project Zero just turned its eyes towards Apple flaws.
Performing a Spotlight search opens email previews that load external images, even when the Mail client is asked not to do this
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