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A firmware update released Monday promises to address issues that may cause intermittent display flickering in iMacs released in late 2009. It's the second firmware update to tackle screen flickering since December.
Google and Adobe were apparent recipients of Steve Jobs-delivered putdowns, according to online reports of an Apple town hall meeting.
Some customers who bought new iMacs -- particularly the 27-inch models -- are peppering the Web with reports of screens that give off a yellow tint at the bottom of the screen.
Apple posted record revenue and profits for the 2009 holiday season, according to the fiscal first quarter numbers reported by the company on Monday.
NYC artist Margy Bogdan has decided to share her obsession with Steve Jobs to the world via a home-made video/slideshow featuring a plush Steve Jobs in various household settings.
Apple's online store now indicates a three-week wait for new orders of the machine. The 21-inch iMac currently faces no delay at Apple’s store or anywhere else.
Only a few weeks into 2010, Apple has released four updates to address compatibility issues with Windows 7 and better support for new Apple hardware, like the Magic Mouse.
If you ever find yourself nostalgic about a ‘Get a Mac’ ad you loved, this is the place to go to get your fix.
Mac clone maker Psystar has appealed a federal court's injunction that bars it from selling Mac OS X-equipped computers.
Apple plans to hold a media-only event on January 27 to introduce what the company is calling its "latest creation."
Intel reports sharp fourth-quarter earnings on increased spending on server and PC chips.
While Mac sales in the U.S. were up in the fourth quarter of 2009, Apple failed to keep pace with exploding sales of cheap Windows PCs, falling to fifth place in the PC market, according to reports by IDC and Gartner.
Intel released its latest laptop and desktop chips on Thursday.
Nokia has filed a second lawsuit against Apple seeking to block the computer maker from importing its iPhone, iPod, Macintosh and other product lines into the U.S.
In advance of a presentation by Intel CEO Paul Otellini at this week's CES, Intel has released details of its latest Arrandale and Clarkdale processors.