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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
Malware attack now using Photoshop.
Jan 27 2009 3:16PM
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 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 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
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 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 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 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 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
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
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 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
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
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 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 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
Security and compatibility fixes in latest update.
Jun 22 2007 9:51AM
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 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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