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Apple plugs eight QuickTime holes March 5, 2007 Vulnerabilities in Apple's widely used QuickTime media player software can expose both Macs and Windows PCs to attack.
Adobe fixes PDF reader flaws July 12, 2006 If left unpatched, vulnerabilities in Adobe Systems' PDF reader software could put Windows, Mac users at risk of cyberattack.
Microsoft shows off JPEG rival May 25, 2006 New Windows Media Photo format promises images that offer better quality at half the size of JPEG files. Special coverage: Windows in view
64-bit PCs: Drivers wanted August 3, 2007 A lack of software is holding back 64-bit PCs, but Apple and Microsoft are pushing ahead.
Macs: Intel and Windows inside April 7, 2006 special coverage Boot Camp software enables Windows XP to run on Intel-based Macs. Will it bring more people over Apple? Images: Installing Boot Camp FAQ: Windows on Macs
Leopard nipping at Vista's heels August 8, 2006 The new Mac OS is due in spring, which would put it after Vista. But if the Windows update slips again, that could let Apple get in first.
Say good-bye to Apple security? May 2, 2006 SecureWave CEO Bob Johnson warns that the Windows-friendly Boot Camp software could bring bugs to Apple products.
Apple rolls out 1GB Nano February 7, 2006 Newest edition of the device, priced at $149, offers same basic features as the 2GB and 4GB Nano. Photos: Apple tunes up 1GB iPod Nano
Apple, AT&T: Bosom buddies or odd couple? September 13, 2007 The corporate pair that launched the iPhone shares much in common. They also have plenty of conflicts as they push competing digital music businesses.
McAfee bites into Apple security May 5, 2006 Launches antivirus for Mac, saying Apple's operating system is "just as vulnerable" to targeted attacks as its competitors.
Apple launches iTunes for Windows October 16, 2003 Stating that "hell froze over," Apple CEO Steve Jobs expands his digital music service into the much larger market for Windows-based PCs.
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