Early adopters OS X Lion who rely on Microsoft’s Office For Mac 2011 will be happy to note that Microsoft has announced a forthcoming update to their office suite in order to improve Lion compatibility and add support for Versions, Auto-Save, and Full-Screen Apps.
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Some users have found need to use certain USB devices or even SD cards with their iPad, but what about a serial port? Those of you serial-lovers that still have a closet full of old peripherals are in luck! This unique RS-232 iPad serial cable is just for you!
Apple’s newly-released Mac Minis have just gotten their most expensive hardware upgrade to date! Users looking to upgrade their Mac Mini’s RAM can order an 8GB or 12GB upgrade kit – but why do that when you could blow a whopping $1400 on a 16GB kit instead!
A new report from The China Times indicates that the iPhone 5 will be released on the 2nd week of September, and also claims that Apple has ordered 4 million initial units for the launch!
Pixeet has just released a very interesting new product for the iPhone 4 – a new fisheye lens and companion iOS app that allows you to take full 360-degree panoramic photos on your iPhone!
A new surfacing from the Vietnamese forum Tinhte claims that the site has received a prototype of a newer, cheaper model of the iPhone 4. The site notes that the device is similar to the iPhone 4, with the front and rear casing being made from plastic rather than glass.
Moshi have created a brilliant case for the MacBook pro, but will it be to your taste? Read our review to find out!
After ordering a 15″ 2011 MacBook Pro on OS X Lion’s launch day, suspecting that there might be some interesting differences, I was disappointed when I finally received the new machine today, and found out what those differences are.
Following a rumor earlier this week detailing a possible new iPhone 5 case design, an actual prototype case has now surfaced, showing tapered edges, as well as a possibly larger screen.
According to a concerning new report from security researcher Charlie Miller, Apple’s MacBook line of notebooks have a security vulnerability that could allow a hacker to control your battery’s smart chip, potentially causing it to overheat and explode.
Apparently it doesn’t matter who you are – everyone makes mistakes, even Apple! And this one’s a doozy! Apple reportedly charged John Christman’s PayPal account 122 separate times for his Lion download, for a total of $3878.40!
According to a recent KnowledgeBase article published from Apple, it’s a really bad idea to try installing Snow Leopard on one of Apple’s newly-released MacBook Pros, as it can cause the machine to stop functioning properly.
We all know that iOS games can be fun, and even downright addicting, but did you know that they can help make children’s wishes come true? 9-year-old Owain Weinert of Seattle, who suffers from Leukemia, experienced just that when PopCap Games decided to work with him to make the game he envisioned a reality.
Apple hit another amazing milestone on Tuesday, July 27 as their stock closed above $400, ending at $403.61, marking the first time in history that Apple stock has ever closed above $400.
Popular conservative US media figurehead Glenn Beck, apparently an Angry Birds fan, spent some time on his show explaining Angry Birds to his cohosts, likening the pigs to socialists and Obama to the pig with the crown, finally topping off his absurd rant by comparing Angry Birds to Nazi Germany.
Following yesterday’s report that a new ultra-slim 15-inch MacBook is in final testing at Apple’s labs, we’ve learned through a second report that Apple is also preparing an ultra-slim 17″ notebook as well.