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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.
In a first for the company, Tapbots has released a public alpha of Tweetbot for Mac.
A new Java-based malware targets Macs, along with Windows and Linux computers. But if you're running Lion, you're safe.
Privacy advocates welcomed news of a possible Google proposal to settle Federal Trade Commission charges related to its surreptitious tracking of Safari users.
Steve Ballmer's got his dukes up, Mike Daisey's got his dander up, and one judge's ruling on Samsung's tablets is on the up and up.
Dropbox on Tuesday announced it was increasing the amount of storage available to Dropbox Pro subscribers, but without increasing subscription fees: Users of the $10-a-month 50 GB storage plan will now have 100 GB available at the same cost.
Google is close to a deal with the Federal Trade Commission to pay a record fine of $22.5 million related to violating the privacy of millions of Apple Safari users.
Digital filing company Neat on Tuesday unveiled NeatCloud, a business-focused storage service that includes an app for iPhone and iPad.
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.
Lots of reviews, how-to advice, and the latest Apple news from the past week -- all presented in haiku form.
Like 2009, this year is one of dueling operating system upgrades, when the two biggest desktop OS rivals face off with new editions.
An bug on Apple's end caused app users to see freshly-downloaded apps crashing on launch.
You can navigate files faster if you use the keyboard, instead of your mouse or trackpad. Let staff writer Lex Friedman show you how.
This week, Macworld offered some advice, a slew of reviews, and a look back at five years of iPhone.
Apple bids adieu to its vice president of numbers, the story of how RIM failed to hit AT&T's softball pitch, and Google is crashing your MacBook.