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Redmond once again starts its photocopiers, while Motorola insists it's breaking the mold for tablets, and Google TV goes back to the drawing table.
On Thursday evening, the company officially rolled out Dropbox version 1.0, bringing with it a whole host of improvements, including—to the joy of MacBook Air users everywhere—support for selective folder sync.
Late on Thursday, Apple released an update for its AirPort Utility and a firmware update for its AirPort base stations and Time Capsules.
A reader wants to know: How do I remind Mac users on my network to update their Active Directory passwords? John Welch explains what's required.
Tech executives, like kids, sometimes say the darndest things. And when they do, the Macalope is on hand for a well-deserved goring.
The venerable consumer publication surveyed 58,000 cell phone customers and found that AT&T had the lowest ratings across the board.
There's no need to be embarrassed about a venerable product reaching the end of its natural life. Then again, if your brand new product is maybe a little too strong for its own good, that might make you think twice. Plus, a pro tip: when it's the kind of problem that happens to everybody, don't deny that it ever happens to you.
Verizon Wireless on Wednesday said its wireless high speed LTE (Long Term Evolution) network will become available in 38 cities on December 5.
The FCC's chairman outlines a proposal on net neutrality and pushes for a vote Dec. 21.
How will we connect peripherals to our Macs, and our Macs to the Net, two years from now? Glenn Fleishman looks at USB, FireWire, WiFi, and beyond.
Verizon Wireless is scheduled to disclose details tomorrow of its plan to launch a LTE 4G wireless network in 38 U.S. cities.
Whether they work in a cubicle or corner office, what Mac business person can’t use a little holiday cheer? Here are six gifts guaranteed to put smiles on their faces.
Verizon is adding a new tier of service to its FiOS fiber broadband service, offering 150Mbps (megabits per second) downstream and 35Mbps upstream for $195.
This portable hotspot will provide a little bubble of Wi-Fi for up to five devices, powered by AT&T's data network.
One musical act is up to its usual shenanigans, now iPhone-enhanced; the father of "net neutrality" is scared of Apple; and an ex-Apple exec finds yet another new home.