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.
The Xmarks browser bookmark sync service is soliciting pledges from potential customers willing to pay at least $10 annually, saying that it will reconsider staying in business if it collects 100,000 promises.
Apple has asked a federal judge to postpone applying a multi-million dollar patent infringement verdict, citing a dispute over "triple dipping" made by an opposing attorney during closing arguments to the jury.
Apple this week stepped up attack on Nokia over patent violations by filing a lawsuit in the U.K., alleging multiple counts of infringement.
Mozilla again rejected the idea of crafting a version of Firefox for the iPhone, saying that it is instead focusing its iOS efforts on the Firefox Home sync software.
Corporations are jumping on the Google smartphone bandwagon, with Android device growth outpacing Apple's iPhone 20-fold in the last three months, ChangeWave Research says.
The death of the PC industry at the hands of Apple's iPad has been greatly exaggerated, analysts said.
Mozilla, which launched the latest beta of Firefox 4 last week, has started to drop features from the still-under-construction browser.
Microsoft will launch the next version of Office for the Mac in just under six weeks, according to Amazon.com.
Mozilla on Tuesday patched 15 vulnerabilities in Firefox, 11 of them labeled critical.
A critical bug in QuickTime was reported to Apple two months before a second researcher independently revealed the vulnerability this week, according to the director of a bug bounty program who argues that companies must patch their bugs faster.