WWDC is just around the corner, as per usual, you can expect Apple to show off and demo the latest versions of its operating systems.
In the late 1990s, beige boxes populated the IT market as the latest desktop computer models that consumers could get their hands on, until the iMac G3 was released in 1998.
FireEye has announced a number of enhancements to its endpoint security solution designed to offer “unparalleled protection” from threats missed by legacy and next-generation endpoint solutions.
Twitter is working with Apple to incorporate Twitter content and accounts into Apple’s Spotlight search feature,
Oracle’s CEO has said that he has little faith in Tim Cook’s ability to steer Apple in the right direction. Here’s why he’s wrong.
The TOR Project is advising that people stop using Windows after the discovery of a startling vulnerability in Firefox that undermined the main advantages of the privacy-centered network.
A new report from Forrester Research says these “post-PC” devices could fill a niche, or more than one, in the enterprise.
Apple’s respected technology chief, Bob Mansfield is no longer part of the company’s executive leadership team, though he remains at Apple “working on special projects” for CEO Tim Cook.
Microsoft last week prepped Wall Street for a 2 percent slip in Windows revenue for the third quarter, but warned that PC shipments will continue their double-digit tumble.
Apple reported a drop in profits on roughly flat revenue for the April to June quarter, though the results were ahead of analysts’ expectations, providing something of a silver lining for the company.