February wasn’t a good month for Apple Computer, as lots of people wondered whether the company’s once-impregnable operating system was vulnerable. But cries of doom in the popular press are premature. In reality, two of the three security issues concerning … [Read more...] about Is OS X Truly Vulnerable?
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If you have been particularly bugged by sound problems ever since upgrading to the latest version of OS X, this is the place to be. Let’s go through the most common Yosemite audio problems, and how a little tinkering with settings can usually set things right. Related: OS … [Read more...] about How to fix audio issues in Mac OS X
HTC may have just won a small victory in its high-stakes patent battle with Apple: a judge with the United States’ International Trade Commission has ruled that Apple’s Mac OS X operating system infringes on two patents held by S3 Graphics Co.—that’s … [Read more...] about ITC rules Mac OS X violates S3 patents
Late last month, Oracle disclosed that 10g, its flagship grid-computing database platform, is now compatible with Apple's Unix-based Mac OS X. To publicize this news, Oracle and Apple have jointly launched an international road show -- featuring executives from both companies -- … [Read more...] about ANALYSIS 10g’s OS X Support: Harbinger for Mac Enterprise Growth?
According to Apple's Elizabeth Kerr, scientists have three main concerns: getting quick results from their computations, having the freedom to be creative and finding solutions that are financially sound.That's why Kerr, director of science and technology markets at Apple, and a … [Read more...] about OS X: Key to Increasing Apple’s SciTech Market