The powerful chipmaker hopes its Light Peak project will bring fiber optic speeds to ordinary computer users, and USB is the logical path to get there.
Recipients of mail messages with inline attachments sent via the Mail application over Exchange servers may see their messages in garbled language or split over several attachments.
The software maker has released two versions of its browser in the last few years, but in many ways its image remains tied to its 2001-era product.
Dan Kaminsky and Moxie Marlinspike explain how flaws in the way domain names are verified on the Internet could allow attackers to impersonate a site and steal information from unsuspecting Web surfers.
Downgrade instructions and an AppleScript patch for iWeb-created page issues.
Email is always tricky. In this case, some people are experiencing issues with MobileMe emails disappearing from their inboxes. Some people believe this may be related to MobileMe issues or perhaps a bug in Apple's Mail application. Other people suggest t
It's all about Macs today! Plus a look at the new T-Mobile G1, aka Google phone.
At Google I/O, search giant will tout its work to make the Internet a better foundation for applications and browsers better at running them. Plus: a new Android SDK?
Here at Buzz Out Loud, we are shamelessly attempting to launch a meme, based on the awesome Twitter ramblings of a guy stoned off his gourd at the dentist. Quick, somebody make a Café Press shirt!
De Dietrich introduces induction wok hob.