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Apple on Monday released a firmware update for Thunderbolt-equipped Macs and on Tuesday began offering Thunderbolt-compatible peripherals in its store.
Apple's unlocking iPhones as needed, the MacBook Air may be due for a refresh, and if you were missing the good old days of Apple doomsaying, well, we've got a special treat for you.
Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday with a keynote delivered by CEO Steve Jobs.
Apple has launched a MacBook Bottom Case Replacement Program to swap out faulty bottom cases of some recent MacBooks.
Consumer Reports has published its latest laptop rankings, and Apple's MacBook Air and MacBook Pro dominate the list. AppleCare also dwarfs its tech support competition.
Intel has responded to speculation that Apple was the owner of the trademark for Thunderbolt, a super-fast connection technology used in the new MacBook Pro and iMac.
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Intel CEO Paul Otellini says his company will dramatically shake up its microprocessor road map to meet the demand for very-low-power processors. He also rebuffed unconfirmed reports that Apple might move away from Intel chips to ARM-based processors.
Hewlett-Packard considered using Intel's Thunderbolt interconnect in new desktop PCs announced Monday, but say it's sticking with USB 3.0 because of wider support.
If you need to track down a laptop-stealing varmint, well, there's a (Mac) app for that. Also, Apple doubles down on one of its stores, the iPad 2 isn't exactly photogenic, and it seems like there's a world record for everything these days.
Thunderbolt's made its way to the new MacBook Pros and iMacs, but Jason Snell explains that nobody has actually been able to lay hands on a single Thunderbolt device yet.
Apple's possible move from Intel x86 chips to ARM processors for its MacBooks is feasible, but not practical over the next few years because of technical and performance issues, according to analysts.
Other World Computing now offers a pricey but powerful 480GB solid state drive upgrade for the 2010 MacBook Airs.
Like the MacBook Pro before it, Apple's latest iMac line-up is optimized to squeeze more performance from solid-state drives.
Apple on Wednesday released a quartet of software updates for the latest iMacs and MacBook Pros.