Continuing a string of revelations about its high-tech spectacles, Google makes the software kernel underlying the devices -- and the things they'll eventually let you do -- available for download.
Apple's update for supporting its new Thunderbolt adapters has caused many systems to crash and not boot properly.
Microsoft says it is working on a security patch to close a hole being used by the Trojan to infect systems.
In OS X you may find the process "kernel_task" taking up a large amount of RAM. Here is why this is happening and what you can do about it.
A number of people are noticing their 2010 Core i7 MacBook Pro systems are crashing with kernel panics in ways that coincide with a black-screen issue these same systems are having after upgrading to OS X Lion.
Users may find that kernel panics can occur when running system utilities like Time Machine when other programs are installed and causing issues.
Contrary to open-source folklore, it is mostly paid developers who are building the Linux kernel.
While the phrase "640KB RAM ought to be enough for anybody" was falsely attributed to Bill Gates, it definitely outlines a way many of us think about the computing limits we're faced with. At the time this was purportedly said, computers were just transitioning to 16-bit architectures with the Intel 8088 processor (the one used in some of the first PCs), which broke through the 64-byte memory limit of the older architecture.
Google engineer discloses vulnerability to public security e-mail list one day before a Microsoft advisory and says he told Microsoft about it last June.
November's Patch Tuesday features fixes for holes in Windows, Excel, and Word, and a critical one affecting the Windows kernel that could be used in drive-by download attacks on Web surfers.