Apple on Thursday released Mac OS X Server v10.6.4 Update (v.1.1) and Wiki Server Update 1.0.
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Apple on Tuesday reported a $3.25 billion profit for its fiscal third quarter of 2010 on record revenue of $15.7 billion. These results compare to revenue of $9.73 of revenue and a $1.83 billion profit in the year-ago quarter.
I’ve been tracking the amount of traffic coming to The Loop from people using Mac OS X 10.7 since about February 2010 and while it has risen significantly, I don’t think we’ll see much of it at Apple’s Worldwide Developers … Continued
The Mac may not be a big part of this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, but Apple certainly hasn’t forgot about it. It launched “Why you’ll love a Mac” campaign on Friday to educate potential switchers.
Apple is being sued for infringing on patents for the way it summarizes data on its Mac computers and Mac OS X operating system.
In announcing the dates for its Worldwide Developers Conference on Wednesday, Apple upset some of its Macintosh developers. But Apple is not abandoning the Mac platform.
Apple on Monday released Mac OS X 10.6.3 fixing a number of issues including improving reliability of QuickTime X.
Apple on Thursday relaunched its Mac Developer Program and modelled it after the successful iPhone Developer Program the company has had in place for the past couple of years.
This is a very big day for us here at The Loop. Today we entered into a strategic partnership with freshcode, makers of Bodega.
Apple on Monday reported a first quarter 2010 profit of $3.38 billion on $15.68 billion of revenue.
Apple on Tuesday released an update for Macs running Mac OS X 10.6.2 Snow Leopard and using a wireless network.
Apple on Thursday released an update for Java that is available for immediate download.
It took Psystar less than 24 hours after a settlement was awarded to Apple to stop selling its Mac clone computers.
Apple on Thursday released updates for users of Boot Camp and its Server Admin Tools, which are used to remotely administer a Snow Leopard server.
It looks like the battle is finally over. Apple on Friday won its legal war against Mac clone-maker Psystar.
Apple’s Steve Jobs is one of the most loved and feared CEOs in history, and for good reason.
Digidesign’s Pro Tools 8.0.3 pre-release software slipped by me, but it’s important enough that I wanted to make sure I circled back and mentioned it.
Apple on Tuesday released an update for users of Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard, enabling support for the Magic Mouse.
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
Apple on Monday reported its fiscal fourth quarter earnings, posting a profit of $1.67 billion on $9.87 billion in revenue. These results compare to revenue of $7.9 billion and profit of $1.14 billion in the year-ago quarter.
Apple on Wednesday released Performance Update 1.0 for users of Mac OS X Leopard and a separate file for Snow Leopard users.
If you have iWork ’09 and you have any need to collaborate with people, you should be using iWork.com. Apple’s recently sweetened the pot with some enhancements that make it safer and easier to use than ever.
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.
One thing you can be sure of in the Mac community is its compassion and willingness to help a good cause. Evidence of that has never been clearer than with a cancer research funding drive that started this week.
Mac OS X Snow Leopard hits the stores today, but not all of the software on your machine is compatible with the new operating system. Apple posted a list of software on its Web site that is not compatible with … Continued
Mac OS X Snow Leopard is due to hit stores tomorrow and many people are asking themselves the same question — is it worth the upgrade?
Adam and Tonya Engst released two new Snow Leopard ebooks on Thursday, as part of their “Take Control” series.
Speculation and stories about Snow Leopard’s supposed malware protection have been around for days, but now Apple has confirmed its existence.
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.