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Rootpipe still very much an issue.
Years-old back-door API finally closed.
Not quite as up-to-date as DP6.
Free release a considerable shift.
New OSes demoed at WWDC.
'There is no back door,' says Cook.
Apple's OS X machines have been recruited into a half-million strong botnet through a drive-by downloader.
Rumours suggest that Apple will ditch Intel processors for ARM chips.
Mac machines make up 16 per cent of a botnet's systems, despite their reputation for security.
Microsoft's Brandon LeBlanc has issued a statement rubbishing Google's security concerns.
Google has ordered its employees to run Mac OS or Linux, citing security concerns with Windows.
Market watcher Gartner predicts that mobile application stores like the Android Market or Apple's App Store will generate $6.2 billion in revenue in 2010 - and could decide the platform war.
Google's Chrome web-browser has finally reached public beta status on Linux and Mac-based systems - offering an official alternative to the open-source Chromium fork.
Apple is seeking a permanent injunction against hackintosh retailer Psystar following a summary judgement against the company - and is also looking for monetary damages.
Judge William Alsup has handed down a summary judgement in the case of Apple versus Psystar, upholding Apple's claims that Psystar's hackintosh machines are illegal.
A Space Invaders clone for the Mac deletes a file each time an enemy is killed - but its author claims it is art, rather than malware.
Psystar has announced the launch of a commercial software package to ease the installation of Mac OS X Snow Leopard on non-Apple hardware.
An un-named industry analyst claims to have held a prototype tablet PC from Apple, and states that an official announcement is due in September for a November launch.
Could Apple be planning a low-cost multitouch Mac-based tablet as a competitor to the popular netbook format it so publicly derided?
The latest build of Mac OS X introduces some important bug fixes - including improved performance on the new Nvidia-based MacBook ranges.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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