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Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative’s annual Pwn2Own hacking competition began on Wednesday, with 2 Safari exploit attempts, one of which proved successful.
Safari for macOS High Sierra users can easily turn off tracking while using the browser.
As expected, Apple on Monday released updates to iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, which all contain a fix for the Telugu bug.
Software developer Mike Bombich has discovered a flaw in macOS High Sierra’s APFS file system that can lead to data loss when writing disk images.
Apple has confirmed that a fix for a recently discovered Telugu bug that causes certain apps to crash on iOS and Mac devices will be included in an upcoming iOS update that will be released soon.
Feral Interactive has announced that Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration is on its way to macOS and Linux computers this spring.
New emoji characters are likely on their way to iOS in the near future, via 157 new emoji the Unicode 11 standard.
Apple is preparing to depreciate a large number of essential network services in macOS Server.
If you’re a new Mac user, you may miss seeing file extensions when you’re viewing a directory in a macOS Finder window.
SIGH! yet another malicious “text bomb” has reared its ugly head, in the form of a website link that can cause system crashes and hangups if received through the Messages app on iOS and macOS devices.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 47, a new version of their experimental web browser, first released in March 2016.
Drive Genius 5 silently works to speed up, clean up, secure, and even raise a dead Mac from the dead.
Apple on Monday released macOS 10.13.2 and iOS 11.2.2. Both updates are free, and address the recently announced hardware-based “Spectre” security vulnerability.
Apple confirmed on Thursday that the recently uncovered “Meltdown” security flaw does affect Macs, as well as iOS and Apple TV devices.
A recently discovered silicon-level security flaw in Intel CPU designs will require an update to macOS kernels and other software components, which could result in performance hits of up to 30%.