Don't-Miss OS X Stories
Unless Apple changes its security update practice, nearly half of all Mac users will be adrift without patches sometime this summer.
The XPS 13 is a fine, well-made, durable-seeming laptop with some style, but some people may prefer to spend their money on a faster processor and a lot more storage.
Microsoft's Windows 8 will not ship with support for DVD playback. It says DVD playback will require a "marginal cost" OS upgrade or a third-party solution.
Motorola Mobility won an injunction on Wednesday preventing distribution of Microsoft products including Windows 7 and the Xbox in Germany, but it can't enforce...
Symantec spells out the malware's money-making mechanism: click fraud.
Windows users appear half as interested in trying out the new Windows 8 as they did three years ago when they jumped at the chance to test drive Windows 7.
Steve Wozniak prefers his Windows Phone to Android, but the iPhone is still his favorite.
It's robust, easy to use, and free. So why isn't it more widely adopted?
Combining a laptop and tablet simply won't work, which is why Microsoft's plan to deploy Windows 8 on both will be a disaster, Apple CEO Tim Cook declares.
Mac OS X has caught the attention of malicious developers, and the threat is just going to increase. The free Avast for Mac security software can protect your Mac system against malware.
The lag in updates may have influenced Google's decision to start selling the unlocked Galaxy Nexus directly for $400.
Microsoft pulled Office for Mac 2011 Service Pack 2 after some users experienced issues. Those bugs were fixed, and now SP2 is being pushed once again.