Western Digital warns of OS X Mavericks data loss
Uninstall software now, says WD.
Uninstall software now, says WD.
A flawed update from Apple has opened a serious security hole in the company's FileVault encryption software.
Apple's OS X machines have been recruited into a half-million strong botnet through a drive-by downloader.
Rumours suggest that Apple will ditch Intel processors for ARM chips.
Mac machines make up 16 per cent of a botnet's systems, despite their reputation for security.
Apple is planning to put NFC-based user tracking into the next-generation iPhone.
An enterprising hacker has subverted a JooJoo tablet and installed Mac OS X - who needs an iPad?
A photo showing front panel glass measuring 10" on the diagonal provides fuel for the rumours that Apple's upcoming tablet will be an oversized iPhone.
Apple is seeking a permanent injunction against hackintosh retailer Psystar following a summary judgement against the company - and is also looking for monetary damages.
Judge William Alsup has handed down a summary judgement in the case of Apple versus Psystar, upholding Apple's claims that Psystar's hackintosh machines are illegal.
Support for low-power Atom processors - at the heart of many a hackintosh - appears to be back in the latest developer build of Mac OS X 10.6.2 - build 10C525.
The latest developer update for Mac OS X Leopard - 10.6.2 - removes support for Intel's Atom processor, preventing 'hackintosh' netbooks running the OS from booting.
A Space Invaders clone for the Mac deletes a file each time an enemy is killed - but its author claims it is art, rather than malware.
Psystar has announced the launch of a commercial software package to ease the installation of Mac OS X Snow Leopard on non-Apple hardware.
A bug in the Snow Leopard version of Apple's Mac OS X - triggered when logging in as the guest user - can result in the permanent loss of all user files and settings.
Could Apple be planning a low-cost multitouch Mac-based tablet as a competitor to the popular netbook format it so publicly derided?
The latest build of Mac OS X introduces some important bug fixes - including improved performance on the new Nvidia-based MacBook ranges.
Google's Android platform is set to explode in 2009 according to predictions from Strategy Analytics - and with 900 percent growth could knock the iPhone off top spot.
The next version of iTunes is due to bring Blu-ray playback to the Mac - and not before time - according to information on the "About iTunes" dialogue.
Recent developer releases of Apple's next version of Mac OS have revealed support for four-finger multitouch tracking for original-model MacBook Airs.
With the "Push Notification" functionality delayed, Apple is expected to announce that background tasks will be allowed on the iPhone and iPod Touch platforms for the first time.
Users of Apple's Safari web browser - on both Mac OS X and Windows platforms - are being warned that an unpatched flaw in the RSS engine could lead to data theft.
A little-known networking company has been granted a patent on live-updated icons - and is, surprise surprise, looking for damages from Microsoft, Apple, and Google.
The official Apple support forums are ablaze with users reporting problems with the latest build - 10.5.6 - of Mac OS X, ranging from hanging during installation to 'blue screening'.
Rumour has it that Palm is to launch a new handheld OS dubbed 'Nova' at CES, based around the open-source Linux platform - and possibly followed by some fresh hardware.
Intego Security, one of the companies recommended in Apple's hastily removed KB article about Mac anti-virus software, has issued a memo to clarify its stand.
Rumours abound that Apple is due to announce the end-of-life for its dinky Mac Mini product line, with no new units being made available.
A pre-alpha, though largely functional, copy of µTorrent for Mac OS X - based on the popular Windows software - has been leaked, ironically via BitTorrent.
Apple has released the latest update - 10.5.5 - to its 'Leopard' release of Mac OS X, and it brings with it some important security fixes for the OS.
A patch aimed specifically at Apple's MacBook Air has been released, which introduces fixes for video playback issues and hopes to reduce idle power usage.