Mac security firm Intego has discovered a new Mac OS X Trojan, OS/X Crisis. The malware installs itself without user intervention and hides well if installed as root, but it has not yet been discovered on Mac users’ computers.
Upcoming PC game Hawken joins the ranks of mech series Robotech and Gundam with a web program.
Yesterday, Skype updated its Mac client, adding group screen sharing, video calls with mobile users, and significantly altering the user interface. That is not the story. Rather, the story is why the company changed, and how the update is largely focused on placating angry Apple users.
Love it or hate it, Apple is about design.
Found is a neat new Mac application that wants to be like OS X’s Spotlight, but for all the files you have stored across cloud services, including Dropbox, Google Docs, and Gmail. Currently in beta, Found is aiming for a mid-May release in the Mac App Store, where it will be free.
If you feel that your Mac’s desktop is missing a news ticker displaying top stories and your RSS feed, Retickr has got you covered. The company announced Reticker 2.0 and a $1.5 million round of funding.
Tim Cook, Apple’s new chief executive officer, gave a small “State of the Apple” address today, touching on the recent accusations of poor working conditions in the factories that make Apple products. He also laid out what the iPhone has done for Apple and why cheap tablets just aren’t worth it.
Editor's Pick Apple investors jumped for joy at the company’s first quarter earnings report today, with results that beat high Wall Street expectations. The company earned a record net profit of $13.06 billion on revenue of $46.33 billion and sold a record 37 million iPhone units.
When it appeared in 1984, the Macintosh blew people away with its graphical interface, its mouse, and its unusual industrial design.
Apple was probably cheering this weekend with a record-breaking number of iPhone 4S units sold, but we’re certain the company isn’t happy today with fourth quarter earnings that didn’t meet Wall Street’s hefty expectations. Apple hasn’t missed Street targets in a very long while.
Steve Jobs shifted the technology landscape countless times as Apple’s CEO. Now that he’s retired from that role, we’ll also miss the many great moments that his singular personality has brought us.
Apple on Monday released details on its new low-end iMac computer, which targets educators.
Time to queue up “Get Off My Cloud” by the Rolling Stones. Apple iCloud senior manager John Herbold has departed Apple to join online healthcare service HealthTeacher as vice president of product.
Apple today released details of its 2011 back to school promotion, which offers eligible buyers a $100 app store credit with the purchase of a Mac computer from Apple’s education store.
Multi-platform note-taking program Evernote on Monday announced it had reached more than 10 million registered users.
Just before Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, which starts Monday, the company has leaped a large hurdle by reaching an agreement with Universal Music Group over its iCloud music service, according to CNET.
The commonly held, and perhaps misguided, idea that Apple’s Mac computers are impervious to viruses, malware, and spamware has been brought into question this week with reports that Apple is engaged in a game of cat-and-mouse with malware programmers, according to ZDNet.
Apple released its most staggering quarterly results in history today, with all parts of the business showing dramatic growth. Here’s a look at some of the most impressive numbers just released by the company on its fiscal second quarter earnings call.
Apple just released its earnings report for the second quarter of fiscal year 2011, and it topped analyst estimates once again.
The first critics were quick to arrive after Amazon launched the Cloud Player music service last night. Forrester’s analyst Mark Mulligan wrote on his blog that music locker services like Amazon’s “are not an innovation in the music product” and they “will not save music industry”.
Following recent rumors, Apple has officially announced a developer preview of Mac OS X Lion, the latest version of its operating system. Developers part of the Mac Developer Program can obtain the preview today through its App Store on the Mac.
Along with the launch of new MacBook Pro laptops, Apple is also bringing its video chat application FaceTime for Mac computers today, with a price tag of $0.99 in the Mac App Store.
Apple delivered a stellar fourth quarter by bringing in almost $27 billion in revenue during the holiday season — another record for the iPhone and Mac manufacturer.
mSpot, the service that lets you upload music to the web from your computer and listen from Macs, PCs, and Android phones, has finally made its way to the iPhone today.
Unlike Apple’s iPhone App Store, developers won’t be able to submit trial versions of applications to the company’s upcoming Mac App Store.
Not many companies get a second chance. In that respect, Apple has led a charmed life. The company led the first boom in personal computers but fell behind the PC juggernaut as Microsoft, the PC clone makers, and a broad array of PC industry supporters soared past Apple, leaving it with about 2 percent of the personal computer market.
Traditional software seems pretty unsexy nowadays, compared to what you can find in mobile app stores. So it’s clear why Apple announced today that it will be bringing its App Store, developed for the iPhone and other mobile devices, to the desktop.
For his signature “one more thing” unveiling at Apple’s “Back to the Mac” event today, Apple chief executive Steve Jobs revealed two new versions of the company’s MacBook Air laptop.
Apple chief executive Steve Jobs said today that the Mac operating system will gets its eighth version soon. Code-named Lion, the new release will include some innovations taken from the iPad and the iPhone.
Newer products like the iPhone may be dominating most of Apple’s press coverage, and they contribute a big portion of the company’s fast-growing revenue, but that doesn’t mean the Apple’s Macintosh computers are irrelevant.
Following on the heels of a report from last week on a potentially smaller 11.6-inch MacBook Pro, Apple is set to unveil the computer at its “Back to the Mac” event on October 20, multiple sources tell AppleInsider.