One thing's certain, analysts said Wednesday: Just hours from now, Apple will hit a home run when it unveils its next iPhone.
The two best-known virtualization products for the Mac, Parallels Desktop for Mac and Fusion, have both now produced updates optimized for the upcoming Windows 8.
Christie's on Tuesday said it will auction off an Apple I computer from the company's first batch, and predicted the machine will sell for as much as $126,000 when it hits the block in October.
Mozilla will drop support for Apple's OS X 10.5, or Leopard, after it ships Firefox 16 in October, according to company developers.
Apple continues to narrow the gap between supply and demand for its high-priced, high-resolution Retina MacBook Pro.
Google says it had wrapped up work on a stronger Flash sandbox in the Windows version of Chrome, and would soon ship the same for its OS X browser.
Speculation about a Sept. 12 announcement of a new iPhone triggered a 70 percent jump in the number of owners trying to unload their current smartphones, according to eBay.
An advertising network claims that Mountain Lion powered more than 3 percent of all Macs within two days of the OS X update's release.
Yahoo said it has fixed the flaw that allowed hackers to steal more than 450,000 passwords from one of its many services.
Apple's Retina MacBook Pro is now shipping faster to online customers, according to the company's e-stores in several countries.
Google will pull the plug for Chrome running on OS X 10.5, aka Leopard, after it releases version 21, which is currently in beta and will reach the browser's stable channel next month.
Apple on Tuesday said the company will start selling the new iPad in China starting Friday, July 20.
Apple on Monday released a "golden master" of OS X Mountain Lion to developers, putting the impending operating system on track to reach customers this month. Apple said at June's WWDC that Lion would arrive in July.
Like 2009, this year is one of dueling operating system upgrades, when the two biggest desktop OS rivals face off with new editions.
Apple will boost the frequency of security updates in OS X Mountain Lion and automatically install required patches for users, steps that bring it into line with Microsoft's approach.