You might remember our report from earlier this month showing a 3G-enabled MacBook Pro prototype with a raisable antenna being sold on eBay. According to CNET, an Apple Store Genius Bar refused to fix the prototype laptop, and now Apple says they want it back.
Desktop scanners can be important tools for processing and organizing information, and Fujitsu’s ScanSnap S1500M has been one of the most popular desktop scanners for the Mac for quite some time. Read on for my complete analysis.
It looks like the folks in Cupertino have done it again, with Apple just having announced their newest and smallest Mac ever – the MacTini! While this is clearly not a really product, it nevertheless provides a few laughs.
Sonnet has just announced a nifty and dreadfully useful new adapter for the Mac that uses a Thunderbolt connection to allow users to plug in and use ExpressCard/34 devices!
The dust has yet to settle on Steve Jobs desk but that hasn’t stopped Tim Cook from innovating with the Macbook Air. One of the things I didn’t like about the Macbook Air in the Jobs era is the statement that it’s lighter than air – obviously it wasn’t. It looks like Cook has fixed that.
Many have wondered whether Apple’s new Thunderbolt I/O technology would ever really take off, considering that it only works with a small number of expensive devices, but shipping times at the Apple Online Store indicate that Thunderbolt is a real hit with Apple customers.
New research brought to light by Chikita Insights shows that, for the month of August, usage of Microsoft Windows dropped almost a full percent while Mac OS X and iOS usage increased.
The new UDA2000 adapter from Cirago is a usefully new tool that will enable you to convert any USB 2 port into an HDMI video out capable of connecting to a display, HDTV, projector, or so forth.
Autodesk, developers of AutoCad, SketchBook Pro and other apps on the Mac App Store have just released a new free app, Motion FX, which allows users to apply a variety of real-time special effects to videos.
Apple has just released a new update to their Boot Camp software for Windows. The update is said to include several critical big fixes, as well as hardware support, and is recommended for all users of Boot Camp 3.2.
Apple has just released iMac Graphic Firmware Update 3.0, a brand new firmware update that aims to address an issue where some user’s Mac’s would hang/freeze up under OS X Lion.
Everyone who’s used a Mac for very many years is likely familiar with the kernel panic – that awful translucent curtain that lowers itself across your screen, instilling fear and dread into even the strongest of Mac-loving souls.
Sleipnir, a long-time popular alternative web browser for the iPad, has finally come to the Mac, bringing with it a number of very interesting new features, including a unique interface, group tap management, and the ability to sync with Sleipnir for iOS.
The recent East Coast earthquake that caused the evacuation of the 5th Avenue Apple Store acts as a convenient backdrop to a cool new app from Suitable Systems called SeisMac, which uses your MacBook’s various built-in sensors to monitor vibrations and display them in real-time.
Apple’s newly-refreshed MacBook Air, which they released last month, has been selling so well that it seems Apple can’t make MacBook Airs fast enough to keep up with retailers’ demands – a good sign, but frustrating for those that’ll have to wait.
Following earlier reports suggesting that Apple may be releasing a brand new Mac that’s very different from current products, Intel confirms that they’ve been hearing rumors that Apple might drop Intel as well.