- Start-up tackles advanced persistent threats on Microsoft, Apple computers
Start-up CrowdStrike today made available its first product, called Falcon, designed to detect and block stealthy infiltrations of Microsoft Windows or Apple Macintosh-based endpoint machines and servers
- Four ways iTunes Radio can live up to expectations
Dear Apple, please make iTunes Radio like this
- 5 social media deals that make Waze and Tumblr seem like steals
Tech companies' spending billions of dollars on up-and-coming social sites is nothing new, but a few past deals might surprise you.
- Apple's big-screen TV was a no-show at WWDC, but analysts say it's coming soon
Apple has conquered every important screen in our lives except one.
- Apple video showcases its design philosophy
The video features some elegantly fragile motion graphics that, while monochrome, tap into the marks and shapes of the new iOS 7
- Will your creative software run on the Mac Pro 2013?
Featuring a radical design, new CPUs and – especially – new graphics chips, the likes of Adobe, Autodesk and The Foundry will need to update some of their tools for the new Mac Pro
- Apple's events move on, and so does the company
At Apple's 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) we saw Apple itself take a revolutionary product that's by many standards still the best in the industry, and change it into something new
- Google wins over Waze, says the maps app will remain independent - for now
After weeks of speculation, Google on Tuesday confirmed that it has acquired Waze, the Israeli mapping app for iOS and Android.
- Yahoo spruces up its search results display
Changes at Yahoo keep on coming; this time there's a new look for Yahoo Search.
- Google asks DOJ if it can release details on government data requests
The lack of information on FISA orders is fueling speculation, misperceptions Internet search giant says
>> Mon, 04 Mar 2013
By Simon Jary
Apple is, for the moment at least, no longer selling the Mac Pro in Europe. Is Apple annoyed with us for still buying BlackBerries or siding with Samsung in the courts? No, it’s because an amendment to the IEC 60950-1 regulation increases requirements around electrical port protection and the fan guards in the system.
>> Thu, 10 Jan 2013
By Matt Egan
Can Microsoft kill the iPhone? Let me answer that with another question. Why did we stop asking if Google can kill the iPhone? Because it found a niche of its own. For all the lawsuits and talk of thermonuclear war, Apple and Google know that this town is big enough for the both of us.
>> Wed, 09 Jan 2013
By Simon Jary
After an 18-month wait Apple is finally shipping a new range of iMacs, and very nice they are, too. I bought one of the 27-inch iMacs because our home iMac bores the pants off me when it tries to handle a few hungry Adobe programs and bad-boy iPhoto at the same time. See: Apple iMac (27-inch and 21.5-inch) review (Late 2012)
With its wide range of music, photo, audio, and video products – Apple is at the heart of our increasingly digitally connected lifestyle. From the iTunes Store to the Apple TV, through to the way the iPhone and iPad integrate with our lives. Apple is at the heart of the digital lifestyle.
Speculation abounds that Facebook Thursday will unveil tools to enable its popular Instagram app to take and share short videos.
Realistic auto accompaniment in a variety of musical styles.
- Verbatim V3 review: Large capacity memory stick in a small size
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- TP-Link N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router review: Dual-band wireless router that supports the IPv6 protocol
- LaCie 5big Thunderbolt review: Fast connectivity and maximum capacity
- G-Dock ev review: Industrial grade specifications combined with slick and clever design
The elegant, minimalist design of Just Mobile products looks great, but they’re also designed for practical, everyday use and will quickly become an essential part of your desktop workstation.
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