Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
At the 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple released its long-awaited redesign of the Mac Pro, the company's desktop workstation.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is on the horizon. Dan Moren, Dan Frakes, and Serenity Caldwell join Philip Michaels to preview next week’s big Apple event.
Apple's brought on engineers to help its image(s), the Mac Pro appears to be heading towards the big tech graveyard, and might more targeted ads be in Cupertino's (and our) future?
Summer's almost here. Hooray! But before you dust off that barbecue, consider using one of those old computer towers for your cookout.
When you think you need more RAM, you may be right, but read out helpful little guide to get a better idea of why you might and how much you might need.
According to Apple, the update is a stability fix for Thunderbolt and Target Disk Mode.
In the market for an iMac? You'll be happy to hear you can now have a side of Flash storage with that dish of awesome thinness.
Apple received high marks for its computer tech support in an annual survey from Consumer Reports, even topping its scores for the previous year.
A former Apple executive turns over a new leaf, Apple gets sued in stereo (where available), and the sad tale of a Mac from a bygone era.
Phil Schiller has eaten his Wheaties, the iMac can now join your other fine pieces of art, and the Retina MacBook Pro conceals a ghostly secret.
Is a subscription service music to Tim Cook's ears? Will Apple set back the clock on Swatch? Will a judge tell a case not to pass go and not to collect $200?
The Mac Pro begins its farewell tour, the MacBook Air may be in line for a makeover, and Apple's still taking the lion's share of money in the consumer electronics realm.
Because of a new regulation that goes into effect in March, Apple's Mac Pro will no longer be compliant with EU electrical standards, so Apple is ending sales of its desktop system in those countries on March 1.
We're packing in the rumors before the weekend, along with a story about how your smartphone could save your life, and a picture of Steve Jobs like you've never seen him before.
Apple's poised to announce its financial results for the first quarter of 2013. Dan Moren breaks down what to expect from the company's quarterly conference call.