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One Chinese company will gladly trade a trademark for large bags of cash; meanwhile Apple gives Motorola Mobility the raspberry (legally); and iPhoto '12 may touch our hearts later this year.
The Mac Flashback Trojan horse was still installed on more than half a million Apple computers late last week and is declining only slowly, Russian security company Dr. Web claims.
The new iPad is likely to be the highlight of Apple's second quarter performance, especially in a period which saw few major product launches or revisions.
Microsoft last Friday pulled a major update for Office for Mac 2011 from its upgrade servers, acknowledging bugs that have corrupted some users' Outlook databases.
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An authoritative source casts doubt on Tim Cook's Valve visit, a story suggests Apple still has oh-so-secret plans for its cash, and the very latest in green power for data centers.
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Contrary to reports by several security companies, the Flashback botnet is not shrinking, according to the Russian antivirus firm that first reported the massive infection.
A large spam campaign observed on Twitter during the last couple of days directed users to malicious websites that exploited vulnerabilities in browser plug-ins to infect their computers with rogue antivirus programs.
The software formerly known as F10 Launch Studio has been rechristened with a new name, LaunchMagic, and overhauled with updated features to help you manage apps on your Mac computer.
Macworld staff writer Lex Friedman shows how you can print from your iOS devices even if you don't have an AirPrint printer.
Apple has eased the process of iCloud adoption for MobileMe subscribers who haven't yet made the jump to Lion by offering them a free copy of Snow Leopard.
Mozilla this week began blocking outdated versions of a Java plug-in in Firefox for some Mac users after calling the threat posed by the Flashback malware "evident and imminent."
Apple and Samsung are going to try talking it out; you may soon smell of eau d'Apple; and the iPhone will likely remain pleasing to the eyes.