Apple now has a software lock that makes Macs inoperative after certain independent repairs.
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VMWare has released its latest desktop virtualization solutions, Workstation 15 for PC and Fusion 11 for Mac.
Apple releases the next big update for your Mac.
Framer's new interactive design tool makes UI design incredibly easy.
Once touted as a key feature of the Mac platform, Back to My Mac will be killed off in the next release, macOS Mojave.
Parallels today announced Parallels Desktop 14 for Mac, bringing significant performance and storage savings improvements.
I've been using Windows for over 20 years, but I've always tested its most important competitors as well. The resulting perspective is important.
Apple reported yet another record quarter. And yet Huawei also surpassed it as the second-biggest smartphone maker.
Over the weekend, I noticed that the desktop version of Skype was being offered an upgrade that replaced that app with the modern version.
Both Gartner and IDC agree that the PC industry grew---if very slightly---in the quarter ending June 30, the first that's happened in years.
Despite protestations to the contrary, Apple's recent MacBook Pro refresh includes a fix for its endemic keyboard reliability issues.
Three weeks ago, Apple announced public beta releases for iOS 12, tvOS 12, and macOS Mojave. They are finally available now.
Apple quietly launched a new service program for those MacBooks that use its deeply-flawed butterfly keyboard design.
Microsoft announced today that the first commercial preview of Office 2019 for the Mac is now available.
Apple announced new versions of iOS, watchOS, macOS, and tVOS during its WWDC 2018 keynote yesterday.
Apple announced the first public beta of macOS Mojave yesterday, so I installed it on my MacBook Air to take a peek.
Apple announced yesterday that Microsoft has agreed to offer Office 365 for download from the Mac App Store.
Many Apple fans are complaining that the firm didn't announce new MacBooks at WWDC. But there was a much bigger omission.
Apple today admitted that it will do the obvious and bring iOS apps to the Mac. But not until 2019 at the earliest.
After using my MacBook Air exclusively during my trip to Seattle for Build, I'm looking forward to returning to Windows.