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About 30 demonstrators provided a noisy start to the Computex trade show in Taipei on Tuesday when they protested working conditions in the tech industry.
It may just be the end of May, but it's never too early to plan for next fall. And so, Apple has launched its annual Back to School promotion, which lets you get a rebate on qualifying iPods when you buy a new Mac.
Apple seems to have finally retired its 'Get a Mac' campaign for a more candid 'Why you'll love a Mac' approach.
Search-based online advertising network Chitika says the amount of Web traffic coming from the Mac OS spiked during the month of April -- a sign that the iPad could be driving wider adoption of the Mac.
Macworld releases its new Mac Troubleshooting Superguide, which is filled with tips and tricks to help solve some of your most common Mac issues.
FireWire audio devices have apparently been causing "audio anomalies" on early 2009 Mac Pros. This update should silence said anomalies.
Jason Snell takes a look at some of the less noticeable numbers that tell the story of Apple's latest remarkable financial performance.
Apple reported sales of $13.5 billion and profits of $3.07 billion during its fiscal second quarter, thanks to strong gains in Mac and iPhone sales. Both revenue and profit figures represent a company record for a non-holiday quarter.
When Apple announces its sales and earnings for the fiscal second quarter on Tuesday, look for Mac sales and iPad forecasts to be a central part of the conversation.
Apple on Wednesday released two firmware updates for 27-inch iMacs, addressing a variety of issues.
The free update, available at launch, takes advantage of the iPad's bigger screen to deliver even easier remote control capabilities.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini's pay package jumped by 17 percent to $14.12 million in the 2009 fiscal year, thanks to performance-linked awards. Intel also removed pay freezes to employees in the wake of better performance.
The Khronos group has published the complete specifications for OpenGL 4.0 and OpenGL 3.3 for upcoming and modern graphics hardware.
In Consumer Reports' latest survey of computer tech support, Apple has come out far ahead of their competition for their support of laptop and desktop computers.
Before the Mac universe is consumed by iPad madness, we turn our attention to two other topics -- the state of Mac user groups and our favorite iPod and iPhone accessories.