Don't-Miss MacBook Stories
Congratulations on your e-book settlement--now just don't spend all of your refund in one online bookstore. Elsewhere, Tim Cook and Larry Page have a tete-a-tete and one fellow makes the most convincing fake Apple Store you've ever seen.
The latest update to Mountain Lion may restore some MacBooks' battery life, but the OS can also stop certain applications in their tracks. Meanwhile, Facebook's iOS app gets a new lease on life, thanks to the injection of some native code
Apple continues to narrow the gap between supply and demand for its high-priced, high-resolution Retina MacBook Pro.
Crucial today announced a new solid-state drive (SSD) targeted at users who want to upgrade older computer systems with a flash drive that boasts a price well under $1 per gigabyte of capacity.
Power Nap missing from your recently purchased MacBook? A firmware update awakens this feature.
According to Apple’s documentation, the update fixes a problem with “increased CPU power consumption” and it also “improves compatibility with some USB devices.”
EPEAT has launched a review of ultra-thin and light laptops carrying its environmental ratings after Apple withdrew from and rejoined the organization last week.
Apple's shined up the MacBook Pro's environmental rating, one rumor site is putting its shiny dollar down on a Mountain Lion release date, and the shine is off Siri for one tech writer.
Apple's Retina MacBook Pro is now shipping faster to online customers, according to the company's e-stores in several countries.
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.
A Taiwan government office is warning local PC vendors of a new Apple patent for its MacBook Air that could be used in legal action to try and stop the sale of ultra book models.
Apple puts its money on Reno; Orbitz takes Mac users for a ride; and Apple's working on fixing its spoooookiest hardware problem yet.
Macworld Lab ran performance benchmarks on two MacBook Air build-to-order (BTO) models, and the results show that while both custom systems were faster than the high-end stock MacBook Airs, the upgrades to the 11-inch gives a bigger performance bang for the buck.