Digital Storm's new gaming laptops, from the 15-inch Javelin and Lance to the 17-inch Krypton and Behemoth, range from affordable to pricey. Learn more about Digital Storm's newest notebooks here.
Apple added a slew of improvements and new features to Keynote, Numbers and Pages, and both OS X and iOS-based benefit here. Read on to learn more about the newest changes made to these three apps here.
If current trends continue throughout the rest of the year, HP may overtake Lenovo as the top shipper of notebook PCs for the entire year. Learn more about HP's first quarter performance here.
Customers interested in picking up one of Apple's new Mac Pro rigs will now have to wait "5-6 weeks" to get their hands on a system, according to Apple's North American retail sites.
Apple wants developers to work on graphics drivers and audio with the new build of OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 beta, which they released to developers today. Learn more here.
Chinese cyber security experts believe the U.S. is partly responsible for an increase in cyber attacks last year. Learn more here.
Google security engineers say that 21 of the 25 largest news outlets in the world have been targeted for digital attacks by hackers working for or in support of state governments. Learn more here.
A big chunk of Mac users in the U.S. and Canada appears to have adopted OS X Mavericks, the latest version of Apple's desktop operating system. Learn more here.
This comes as a surprise to no one: new market research indicates that the PC market will keep shrinking through 2015. Learn more here.
If you need to stuff 128GB of RAM into a new Mac Pro, OWC appears to be the cheapest way to go. Learn more here.
Western Digital has just released new external hard drives that employ Thunderbolt and pack a pair of disks that can be configured in RAID as well. Learn more here.
Plextor's new M6M line of mSATA SSDs will attempt to bring speedy data transfer rates while catering to slim computing gear. Learn more here.
Puget Systems offers its customers the option to tweak Windows 8 and make it function and feel like its more popular cousin, Windows 7. Learn more here.
The source code for MS-DOS and an early version of Microsoft Word for Windows are now available to the public through the Computer History Museum. Learn more here.