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The Gold Master release of OS X Mountain Lion has been given to developers, meaning the company is on track for a public release before July ends.
Statistics from Net Applications indicate a lukewarm reception for Windows 8, which is being adopted in its prerelease form at much lower numbers than Windows 7 in its early days.
A Chinese company accuses Apple of infringing its trademark of the name Snow Leopard, in the wake of a multimillion-dollar settlement over the name iPad.
Apple has almost reached Microsoft's once seemingly unbeatable lead in the platform war, new data reveals.
Like 2009, this year is one of dueling operating system upgrades, when the two biggest OS rivals face off with new editions.
Thorsten Heins said that the company is 'very, very challenged at the moment' but that it was going through a transitional period.
Mozilla confirms details of its Firefox mobile operating system, which it plans to release win 2013 with several partners.
Despite Google's efforts to speed up the process, lags in Android software updates will continue in the short term.
A Chinese firm is seeking $80,000 and an apology from Apple.
A number of high-profile outages that took place last weekend can be traced back to how the Linux OS kernel mishandled a leap second added to the official time...
The promotion runs through January 31, 2013, and applies to purchases made through Windows.com.
Windows 7 is poised to replace Windows XP as Microsoft's most popular operating system, according to a Web analytics company.