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Black Friday is coming at the end of the week, and Apple suggests that it will once again offer some discounts to its customers.
Do you need better speakers for your Mac? How about more memory? Or maybe you just need some laptop protection. You’re in the right place, as we've got a roundup of new Mac-complementing gear.
There are plenty of great Mac accessories that we don’t cover in standalone articles. Our Mac-accessory roundup gives them a home, and gives you the latest info on stuff to make your Mac more useful.
Budget-accessory vendor Monoprice.com will soon introduce a line of high-end LED displays with screen quality designed to compete with Apple’s $999 Cinema Display.
Another rumored look at the new iPhone, a whisper of a 13-inch Retina MacBook, and an Apple ad that never saw the light of day.
Apple has pulled its products from the government-backed EPEAT registry of environmentally friendly electronic devices. Dan Moren's here to explain what it all means.
Accessory maker Kensington this week unveiled a line of security devices to help iOS and Mac users keep their devices from ending up in the hands of thieves.
OWC last week unveiled its OWC Mercury Electra MAX, a 960GB external solid-state drive compatible with Macs and other PCs; it’s the highest-capacity drive ever offered by the company. And that big storage capacity comes with a hefty price tag: $1,300.
Apple drove the Siri to the Chevy, but the Chevy was dry; Steve Ballmer sang for the king and queen in a coat he borrowed from Steve Jobs; and a verdict is returned on Apple's latest power adapter.
Apple is releasing two new Thunderbolt cables to accessorize the line of updated Macs unveiled Monday during the WWDC keynote.
Apple's new MacBook Pro with Retina display and new MacBook Airs use MagSafe 2. What does that mean?
Logitech on Wednesday announced the Wireless Solar Keyboard K760, a solar-powered desktop keyboard that can be paired with up to three devices (for example, a Mac, an iPad, and an iPhone) at the same time.
Apple products using touch technology infringe on a patent owned by the Pennsylvanian company FlatWorld Interactives, the company alleged in court documents filed on Friday.