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The VoIP service was down for a "small number" of users this morning, the company says as it provides an initial workaround and promises an easier fix soon.
Apple has finally acknowledged the MacDefender malware with instructions to remove the software, along with promising that a future version of the Mac OS will protect against it.
If your Mac regularly and randomly pauses with the spinning color wheel, it may be because of bad blocks on the hard drive. Here is how to correct bad blocks for Macintosh systems running OS X.
LG will release an over-the-air update later this month in a bid to stop the Optimus 2X from randomly rebooting and freezing.
Google issues several statements about the recent Android data leak scares, advising users to hold tight while a security patch is rolled out globally.
Now Android will force secure connections to calendar and contacts servers for all Android users to prevent someone from snooping on data.
According to a recent Apple knowledge base article, some televisions and AV receivers may not handle audio playback from the latest-generation Apple TV properly.
Company is removing posts containing malicious code from users' pages, but the malware continues to spread when people click on the links. Already, the hoax has been memorialized on T-shirts and YouTube.
U.S. government officials propose ways for consumers to interact with Web services without having to be concerned about our personal information being used against us.