Apple on Thursday released an update for Boot Camp, the company’s software that allows users to dual boot their Mac to use either Mac OS X or Windows.
HP on Thursday confirmed during its quarterly earnings call that it was working on a WebOS-based tablet. The company said it planned to release the device in “early 2011.”
ActiveTrak released the latest version of its anti-theft and tracking software, GadgetTrak 3.
Not all of us use Macs to manage our iPods. Maybe you use Windows PCs at work, or perhaps you have a mixed environment at home. I’ve often been asked what tools I use for the iPod, so I thought … Continued
You knew it was going to come. Windows 7 was released today and Apple began airing new Mac and PC ads on television.
Psystar, the Miami-based PC manufacturer that’s still in a protracted legal battle with Apple over selling PCs that come pre-installed with Mac OS X, has begun offering Rebel EFI – software that lets any generic PC run Mac OS X. … Continued
VMware on Tuesday unveiled the newest version of its virtualization application for the Mac, Fusion 3. The new version will be available on October 27, but can be pre-ordered today.
Microsoft on Thursday promoted a new Web site that allows students to purchase Windows 7 for $29, the same price Apple is selling its new operating system, Snow Leopard.
Mac OS X Snow Leopard is proving to be a very popular release for Apple, according to a new report from market research firm, NPD.
The day has arrived. Reviews of Apple’s Mac OS X Snow Leopard are available all over the Web, including one I wrote for CNET.
In the next couple of months, Apple and Microsoft will both release upgrades to their operating systems. While they are both considered to be maintenance releases, the upgrade paths are incredibly different.
This is a case where history is coming back to bite Microsoft. In a recent survey done by ScriptLogic, 60 percent of respondents say they will skip Microsoft’s latest operating system when it’s released later this year.
Google on Wednesday announced Chrome OS, a netbook optimized operating system that will be released sometime next year. However you view the news, Daring Fireball’s John Gruber brings up a good point in his latest article: where is it?
Microsoft released pricing yesterday for “Vista Fixed Edition,” otherwise known as Windows 7.
I don’t know what they were thinking, but Microsoft on Thursday announced pricing for the upcoming version of “Vista Fixed Edition,” also known as Windows 7.
I wrote a story at CNET earlier today asking the question: Who offers the best upgrade, Apple or Windows? The basis of the argument is this. Both companies are upgrading an existing operating system and both claim better performance with … Continued