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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.
Interface tweaks and new features come to Photoshop, along with a new integrated app for creating 3D models to pose or animate.
Mac users who rely on apps provided through Apple's App Store are facing some confusion today after an error caused by Apple erroneously told them that they had to re-install their applications.
Apple scored unforgettable hits against Microsoft with its Mac vs. PC ads, which anthropomorphized Windows as a sneezing, miserable office worker.
Users of Microsoft's Office for Mac 2016 who upgraded to OS X 10.11, aka El Capitan, have become increasingly frustrated by repeated crashes of the Office apps.
Microsoft has acknowledged that Office for Mac 2016 users are encountering frequent crashes and implied that it's working on a fix, but offered no timetable for when it will be delivered.
After Apple released the new OS X El Capitan on Wednesday, users streamed to a Microsoft support discussion forum to report that Office 2016 for Mac regularly crashed, crippling their productivity.
The revamped McAfee lineup includes LiveSafe, AntiVirus Plus, Internet Security, and Total Protection.
Intuit plans to sell its Quicken unit, the group that creates the personal finance software that made the company famous.
Parallels Desktop 11 launched late Tuesday, with support for the latest desktop operating systems, along with new marquee features like the ability to run.
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
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