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New IBM Nehalem servers feature altimeters

New IBM Nehalem servers feature altimeters

IBM's Nehalem-based servers are likely to use less power in low-lying Sydney than in cities with higher elevation.
Apr 1 2009 3:58PM
OS X 'pirate' trojan resurfaces

OS X 'pirate' trojan resurfaces

Malware attack now using Photoshop.
Jan 27 2009 3:16PM
New exploit devised for the Mac

New exploit devised for the Mac

A researcher in Italy claims he has found a valid way to run hostile code on Apple's OS X operating system.
Jan 22 2009 10:53AM
Apple pushes out Mac OS X 10.5 security update

Apple pushes out Mac OS X 10.5 security update

Apple on Monday released a security update for for Mac OS X, addressing 21 vulnerabilities.
Dec 17 2008 9:34AM
Apple updates Mac OS X for 40 flaws

Apple updates Mac OS X for 40 flaws

Apple patched 40 vulnerabilities in its latest security update for the Mac OS X.
Oct 13 2008 10:09AM
What you need to know to keep Mac OS X secure

What you need to know to keep Mac OS X secure

Just a few years ago, Apple commanded only a small fraction of the computer market.
Sep 22 2008 4:12PM
Sun open sources Mac OS X virtualisation tool

Sun open sources Mac OS X virtualisation tool

Sun Microsystems has unveiled a useful update to its xVM VirtualBox, open source desktop virtualisation, which now has support for both Solaris and Mac OS X.
May 12 2008 7:45AM
Apple issues major OS X security update

Apple issues major OS X security update

Apple has issued a major security update for Mac OS X and Safari. The update addresses 86 common vulnerability and exposure CVE entries in 30 applications for Mac OS..
Mar 19 2008 10:00PM
Google brings Gadgets to Mac OS X

Google brings Gadgets to Mac OS X

Google has released a Mac OS X version of its Gadgets utility..
Dec 3 2007 6:59AM
Apple releases monster patch bulletin for OS X

Apple releases monster patch bulletin for OS X

Apple on Wednesday released security updates for Mac OS X and Safari Beta 3, patching nearly 50 vulnerabilities.
Nov 16 2007 11:13AM
Phishing Trojan targets Mac OS X

Phishing Trojan targets Mac OS X

Security vendor Intego claims to have uncovered a new Trojan attack that targets Apple's OS X operating system.
Nov 2 2007 6:59AM
Phishing trojan targets OS X

Phishing trojan targets OS X

Security vendor Intego claims to have found a new trojan attack that targets Apple's OS X operating system. Researchers from competing security firms however have been unable to find samples of the trojan.
Nov 1 2007 9:49AM
Apple finalises OS X Leopard

Apple finalises OS X Leopard

Apple is planning to release its next OS X version 10.5 on 26 October..
Oct 17 2007 7:06AM
EA delays games for OS X

EA delays games for OS X

Two months after game maker Electronic Arts promised to increase its development efforts for OS X, Mac users are still waiting to get in the game.
Aug 15 2007 12:57PM
OS X declared full Unix

OS X declared full Unix

Apple's upcoming OS X 10.5 "Leopard" release has officially gained certification as a Unix operating system by the Open Group.
Aug 3 2007 11:30AM
Apple patches two security flaws in OS X, releases Safari Beta 3.0.2

Apple patches two security flaws in OS X, releases Safari Beta 3.0.2

Apple on Friday released patches for a cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw in WebCore and a vulnerability in WebKit that allows arbitrary code execution — as well a third beta version of Safari for Windows.
Jun 26 2007 9:28AM
Microsoft claims Vista is more secure than OS X and Linux

Microsoft claims Vista is more secure than OS X and Linux

Microsoft patched fewer security flaws on its Windows Vista operating system than any other recently released desktop operating systems, the company boasted in a new study.
Jun 22 2007 4:34PM
Apple updates OS X and Apple TV

Apple updates OS X and Apple TV

Security and compatibility fixes in latest update.
Jun 22 2007 9:51AM
Sun confirms OS X Leopard file system switch

Sun confirms OS X Leopard file system switch

'Infinite' file system enables Time Machine backup feature.
Jun 8 2007 12:59PM
Apple patches QuickTime flaw on OS X

Apple patches QuickTime flaw on OS X

Apple on Monday patched a now infamous flaw in its QuickTime media player first discovered in a hacking contest at the CanSecWest conference last month.
May 3 2007 10:03AM

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