We take a look at three remote SSH clients that run on your iPhone (and in one case, your iPad). Each has their limitations, but two of the three apps we looked at have noteworthy strengths.
Adobe stressed it is not killing off the project to develop Flash Player 10 for 64-bit Linux. Instead, the project will continue with "significant" architectural changes and security enhancements.
Intego has announced VirusBarrier Server 3, an updated defense in the never-ending battle against viruses and malware. This latest offering from Intego comes a few months after the release of its VirusBarrier X6. The server edition of the software it is based on the same set of robust threat-detection protocols. A Mac running as a server gets comprehensive protection against all varieties of Mac OS, Windows, and Linux malware.
Parallels has just issued an update for Parallels Desktop 5.0 which adds support for Google's Chrome OS, according to the developer.
If you're feeling a little nervous about using Macs for the first time, the Switch To Mac Edition might well be worth the extra money.
Learn how to create a visually distinctive prompt when working as root in Terminal.
Google's Nexus One got a big time endorsement over the weekend from Linux kernel developer Linus Torvalds, who praised the Android-based smartphone.
Learn how to improve the way you navigate through the history of commands that Terminal creates as you use it.
Want to run Windows (or Linux) on your Mac? Then you need virtualization software. But which of the three major Mac apps is best for your specific needs? Rob Griffiths walks you through it.
Which of the three major Mac virtualization apps (Parallels Desktop, VMware Fusion, or Sun's VirtualBox) is right for you? Depends entirely on what you plan to do with it.