Apple Lossless also known as Apple Lossless Encoder is an open audio codec for lossless compression of digital music developed by Apple in 2004. Audio data is stored in an MP4 container with m4a extension. This codec is similar to other lossless codecs such as FLAC. Every year this format becomes more popular as it is used in iTunes and in all media devices from Apple.
The OGG format is an open and free standard with no patent and license restrictions. Nowadays, there is no clear standard for this format. Also you should understand that OGG is just a container for video and sound, and may contain streams encoded by different audio and video codecs.