For the eighth time this year, Google has issued an emergency Chrome for Mac update that patches a severe security flaw that has been exploited in the wild.
Stories by Michael Simon
Just days after Apple pushed iOS 16.1 with a patch for a critical security flaw, Google has issues an emergency security update for Chrome for Mac.
In just a few weeks, Apple's annual fall cavalcade of new products will begin with the iPhone 14 event. And you're going to notice a new trend.
With the M2 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air already on shelves, all eyes have turned to Apple's desktop offerings, namely the Mac Pro and Mac mini.
The latest update for the Chrome browser on the Mac is an important one: According to Google, it includes a critical security fix for an exploit that exists in the wild.
When Apple launched the M2 chip in the new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air at WWDC, there were few changes from the M1.
Version 100 of Chrome, Firefox, and Edge could cause websites to break.
Samsung is giving S22 users a promised four years of updates. Perhaps it's time for Apple to provide some guarantees too.
Apple has reportedly turned to LG to make standalone monitors for the Mac that match the specs of the 24-inch and 27-inch iMac.
A vulnerability in a popular logging app could allow hackers to install malware on remote servers.
It's looking more and more like Apple's next big thing won't be something that fits in your pocket or a bag. Rather another wearable device.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reports that Apple is planning to update every Mac in its lineup through 2022 as the Apple silicon transition concludes.
DigiTimes reports that TSMC has begun its 3nm chip process after a months-long delay.
When Apple bought the scraps of Intel's modem business in 2019, it was a matter of time before it started selling phones without Qualcomm modems.
Apple is suing NSO Group over the Pegasus spyware and seeking a permanent injunction banning the use of Apple devices and software.
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