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Bethesda, the developer of "Fallout 4," has yet to make an official announcement on the release date of its much-awaited video game but speculations are rife that it would either be in October 2015 or early 2016.
The long wait is finally over. Apple is expected to unveil their new iPads Thursday at an event on Apple's campus at Silicon Valley in Cupertino, California, less than a month after it unveiled its new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Apple users have many reasons to be excited this month. Aside from the rumored release of the next generation iPad air, iPad mini, Retina MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air, it is also speculated that Apple will release its new Mac operating system, OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
Criminals have found a flaw in the OS X and they're using it to hack into more than 17,000 infected Macs worldwide. Malware experts do not see any attack just yet, believing that hackers are still building their network at this stage.
Apple appears to be warming up to the prospect of offering their much-coveted products at more budget-friendly prices just to keep up with competitors who have raked in enviable revenues from selling smartphones at more economical price points.
Christened OS X Yosemite, the operating system boasts an array of new updates that may delight Mac users once it is officially made available in the fall this year.
Are you an Apple fan? Then you should care about WWDC 2014, which starts Monday, June 2.
The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, or the WWDC, is fast approaching and the rumors are also flying about just as rapidly. Especially about the new OS X.
The latest MacBook Pro Retinas from Apple haven't been available for very long, but the company is proving responsive to an early bugs found on The MacBook Pro Retina models.
Apple has released a software update for devices utilizing the latest desktop operating system, OS X Mavericks.
A vital iOS engineer has retired and is no longer an employee at Apple Inc. after more than 20 years with the Cupertino-based organization.
Apple has released the latest beta for its upcoming desktop operating system, however, no word yet on the next iOS 7 beta update.
Nearly 10 days after Apple released a Mac OS X beta build, the Cupertino-based company has released the next build to developers.
As the road to the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) rolls on, Apple has launched a beta version of the next OS X 10.8.
Similar to the progress of the mobile operating system, Apple’s next Mac OS is also under development ahead of their Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).