The Mac isn't the only thing turning 30 this year. Macworld U.K. has a list of other things turning 30, including plenty of tech from Flash to Facebook's father.
Apple's MacBook Air is set to take 39% of the slim notebook market in 2012, but will slip to 28% in 2013 as ultrabook sales rise.
Communications provider EE will make 4G services available to a third of the UK population by the end of the year; on October 30 only ten cities will get LTE 4G.
In a response filed on May 29, Apple claims that publishers were not happy with Amazon's pricing tactics and wanted to set their own prices in the iBookstore.
The implementation of sandboxing on the Mac App Store looks set to cause a big headache for the Mac developer community, but perhaps even more importantly, it may disadvantage users.
The latest decision backs the decision of the German court back in February, which upheld a ban imposed on push notifications used by iOS devices in Germany.
A tax rebate that would give Apple $7.4 million to build a new campus in Austin has been agreed on, following a public hearing.
Apple has extended its European warranties to include repair of products up to two years after purchase, to bring the company into line with European law.
A forthcoming study by Yankee Group suggests that Apple will continue its lead in the European smartphone market with 40 percent of new buyers, followed by Android in second place with 19 percent, Blackberry in third place with 17 percent and Nokia with 15 percent in fourth place.
One way to look back at 2010 is to observe the stories that gained the most page impressions on the Macworld UK website. Gathered together they certainly tell a...
FaceTime is no longer available in a number of Middle East countries, possibly due to commission regulations.
Market research firm iSuppli says that iPad sales could tick up now that Apple is getting more components from its suppliers to meet demand for the tablet.
MacBook Air patent granted on what might be the eve of the new MacBook Air announcement.
Antivirus firm Sophos praised Apple's "walled garden" approach to mobile apps, suggesting that Facebook should vollow suit.
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