Apple made its first tablet PC, featuring handwriting recognition, in 1993. Benj Edwards takes a look at why the Newton failed.
The Power Mac G5 is a workstation with a design that lasted in the Apple's product line for over a decade
Apple designs some of the best computers on Earth, but the company does slip up every once in a while.
The Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod—everyone has seen or heard of these Apple products. But Apple has made thousands of products. Here are a few that are mostly overlooked in the company's lore.
Benj Edwards has instructions on installing Debian 4 on a Mac with a 68K processor.
Benj Edwards takes a look at some of the most famous applications in the world that were first developed for the Mac.
Since the early days of computers, playful programmers have been hiding messages in their code. Let's take a look at some secret messages -- Easter eggs -- hidden away in various classic Apple products by the bunnies of Cupertino.
Hotline is an online community created int he early days of the Internet. There are a few servers still active, and Benj Edwards shows how you can take part.
To celebrate Apple's achievements in display technology, let's take a look at five of the most important displays Apple has ever released. These displays have carried with them the most impact and influence on the computer industry, Apple, and even the wider world as a whole.
Breathe new life into your classic iPod
In this slideshow, we'll take a look at over three decades of Apple pointing device designs from 1979 to the present.
What happens when people leave Apple hardware to rot.
The Macintosh Color Classic made its mark as a beautiful but hamstrung machine that, years later, played host to numerous unofficial modifications that enhanced its fan appeal.
Apple's first GUI-based computer played host to many distinctive quirks and traits. On the Lisa's 30th anniversary, we look at a handful of both odd and useful features that made the Lisa something unique.
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