Computerworld had predicted the days on which both OSes would be rolled out this month. Both estimates were off by one day.
What Redmond giveth, Redmond taketh away.
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As partner ecosystems expand across Australia and New Zealand, are vendors missing the point when it comes to maximising the channel?
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According to Net Applications, macOS accounted for 10% of the global PC user share in January and virtually the same level in February.
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Apple's computer sales beat expectations for the September quarter, with one company official now seeing 'great traction...in the enterprise market.'
The developer is telling companies there have been 'too few' participants in its OS testing program.
Lenovo's new Data Center Group throws a coming-out party with new servers, switches and SAN arrays
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Yawn. Wake me up when Apple announces something new and innovative.
The new Touch Bar is much more than a gimmick, but its success depends on what developers do with it
The newest Apple laptop offers a host of innovations, but it's the virtual function keys that get the attention.
The entry-level 13-in. model -- the only one currently shipping -- makes a compelling case for itself