Apple's iPhone remains the most reliable smartphone, edging out hard-charging Android-based handsets made by Motorola and HTC, according to after-sale warranty provider SquareTrade.
Security researchers say that Mac OS X contains a critical vulnerability that attackers could use to hijack Macs running OS X 10.5.
Apple has not proved that rival phone maker Nokia infringed Apple patents, the staff of the U.S. International Trade Commission said in a pre-trial memo.
Enterprises are "jazzed" about the iPad, an industry analyst said today, citing conversations with dozens of companies that are replacing notebooks with Apple's tablet.
Adobe today confirmed that hackers are exploiting a critical unpatched bug in Flash Player, and promised to patch the vulnerability in two weeks.
Microsoft has implemented a product activiation process for Office for the Mac that's far more strict than that used for Windows users.
Mozilla today announced that it will delay the release of Firefox 4 until 2011.
Google, Apple and other major vendors are moving to dismiss charges that each has infringed on patents held by a company owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
Apple will stop bundling Adobes Flash with Mac OS X, the company confirmed Friday.
Apple's decision to open an App Store for the Mac will disrupt the traditional software distribution channel, experts say, even as some questions about the online store remain unanswered.
Adobe's chief security executive said that the bull's-eye will be on the back of Reader X when the new version ships next month.
Citing sources among Asian parts suppliers, research analyst Brian Marshall of Gleacher & Co. claims Apple is on schedule to launch an iPhone capable of making calls on Verizon's network early next year, most likely in March 2011.
A federal judge delayed his final ruling in a patent infringement lawsuit a Yale professor won against Apple, giving the company more time to dispute a $625 million penalty.
Articles by Gregg Keizer