It's clear that Apple's fighting to maintain consistency with Mountain Lion, and they're unifying their products. However, the company has taken some bold moves to rid itself of software "cruft."
The Cupertino giant has always named their desktop OS "Mac OS X," but it appears that with the release of Mountain Lion, this is no longer the case.
Uh oh, it looks like Microsoft is having some major issues with Hotmail at the moment, with the service being unavailable via the web for a number of hours.
Apple CEO Tim Cook today talked about how the iPhone helped sell Macs, and how he thinks the tablet will overthrow the PC. "It's just a matter of time" before it becomes larger than the PC market.
iCloud was released with the advent of iOS5 late last year, and CEO Tim Cook today presented some impressive numbers that Apple's achieved. 100 million users have joined in a matter of months.
CEO Tim Cook today took the stage at Goldman Sachs in a rare public setting, talking about Apple. Cook said "We think that the use of underage labor is abhorrent. Noone in our industry is doing more."
Microsoft hasn't changed the Windows logo since the good old days, but it looks like the company is set to make one of the simplest (but largest) changes to Windows in the last decade.
We knew the PR1.2 update was coming, but screenshots are out of what 1.2 really has to offer, and it's not small by any measure. 3200 updates and fixes are onboard for the "dead" device.
The Mountain View search giant has changed their navigation bar again, but apparently YouTube, maps and other services are more important than Gmail now.
Good news! Those who live in the Google world can breathe a sigh of relief. Windows 8 fully supports mail and calendar sync with Gmail, and it's built right into the metro experience.
Zune and Windows Phone owners rejoice! It appears Microsoft isn't killing the Zune service in favour of a new one after all, with Microsoft's latest post showing off Zune in the Windows Store.
Today Microsoft casually showed off Office 15's new interface in a video, revealing the new Metro style interface, and some sort of cloud integration.
As the Consumer Preview rapidly approaches, the leaks are beginning to show. Earlier today, we saw the new charms bar leak out, and now we've got screenshots of the overhauled handwriting interface.
It seems every country from big to small is getting the Nokia Lumia line up, with New Zealand being the latest country to announce the Lumia 710 and 800 availability.
One of the "one of the worst deals ever made in the dotcom era" disappeared off the internet today, making no noise and giving no warning that it was going. It appears it's permanent.
New Zealand Apple retailer -- YouBee -- apparently today confirmed that Apple would be bringing out some great new products, such as the iPhone 5 and more.
It looks like Facebook may have been down for the first time that we can remember, with the site being unresponsive. AnonSec has claimed responsibility, however, is it just a coincedence?
Are you one of the lucky few that picked up a WebOS device? Good news, it's still not dead. HP announced today that "Open WebOS" will be available come September 2012, and expect even more updates.
It's true, Apple's earnings consistently surpass expectations and predictions, but this years Q1 result is staggering. Not only was it a huge jump, Apple is up there with oil and petrol giants for Q1.
Apple today announced an incredible Q1, and CEO Tim Cook congratulated the staff today, and promised "exciting new things" at an internal event tomorrow.
The Mountain View based search giant is moving to unify its service policy soon, which is great news for simplification of the services they offer. However, it may not be as good as it sounds.
Just an hour ago, news broke of Megaupload being taken offline by the US government, and Anonymous has responded by undertaking a denial of service attack on the DOJ website.
The popular file sharing website -- Megaupload -- has been shut down by the US government as a result of being charged with piracy, and effective immediately has disappeared.
This morning, Microsoft showed us their latest Windows 8 based tablet, with the beta installed. We spotted something called "Microsoft Music" - is this the demise of Zune?
Here at CES there are various Windows 8 based devices floating around, and we managed to get a bit of private time with a device today to take a look at what's changed in the Windows 8 pre-beta.
It was clear that Ultrabook would be the new buzzword at CES this year, but we thought we might see a bit more variety out of the manufacturers. We take a look at the designs of the new machines.
Just a week ago Kodak filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which means things are looking bad for the company. Despite this, they've still managed to show up at CES, and it's no small booth.
Razer just announced their "Project Fiona" tablet, and we tracked it down on the floor at Consumer Electronics Show to get a quick eyes-on of the real deal.
Tonight marked the final Microsoft keynote at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and Microsoft went out in style. Featuring Windows 8, the tweet choir, two way TV, Kinect for Windows and more.
We knew it would happen, but didn't know when. It's now official, Kinect for Windows will be available from February 1. You can even preorder the device now.
We've obtained Microsoft's keynote video for CES 2012 before the announcement even starts, and the company hasn't got anything new to announce this year.
Microsoft is set to take center stage here at CES, on their final keynote address. It's not clear if they'll go out with a bang or just a fizzle, but it's a historic event regardless.
We knew the new device was coming today, but now it's official. Nokia is coming back to the US, and that's with Windows Phone. Does it have the chops to succeed though?
Nokia's press event starts at 3PM PST, and we're going to be there live, covering whatever they end up announcing. We're expecting Windows Phones, naturally, but perhaps theres something else?
Gyroscopes and accelerometers are coming to a ultrabook near you, and they'll let you do stuff you previously never thought you'd do (or want to do).
Intel just couldn't stop this morning, showing off a brand new chassis they've been working with partners on. The device is a tablet, but with a built in keyboard.
Today, Intel showed off a number of new technologies at CES 2012, but they breezed over this little device in the corner. It uses the same icons on screen as the Xbox 360, and is just as smooth.
Here at CES2012, Intel today showed off their latest ultrabooks, complete with Windows 8 onboard. However, we didn't expect to see them in this form factor or Windows 8 in this form.
We're live at CES 2012, at the Intel press event this morning. The company is showing off ultrabooks, touch and Ivy Bridge, and demoed Windows 8 on stage.
We're at CES 2012, and in amongst the insanity of endlessly interviewing companies and writing stories we're having a blast. Get involved, and follow us with up to the minute coverage here!