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Psystar office exists, but not yet open to the public

Psystar is open for business, but not ready to welcome public into its new offices.

Psystar pay processor alleges it was misled on clone sales

A credit card payment processor terminated the account of the Miami company advertising Mac clones because the computer seller misrepresented what it would sell and failed to properly verify credit cards, the processor's CEO said Friday.

The $2,500 solution

Jason Snell comes to the shocking realization that the rules for buying a new Mac have changed.

Interest in Psystar shows market for gaming Mac

The interest in a PC-based Mac clone tells Peter Cohen that there’s a need for a mid-range computer that could fill the void Mac gamers have felt for years.

Apple releases a slew of firmware updates

Apple released six firmware updates for its MacBook products and a few other products.

Analysis: Despite Intel’s openness, Apple keeps us guessing

Intel keeps everyone well informed about its processor plans. Rik Myslewski looks at some recent chip announcements from Apple’s sole processor supplier and how they might affect the Mac market.

Where’s the desktop love?

The MacBook and MacBook Pro have seen recent updates with Intel’s Penryn processor. Jonathan Seff wonders when a new iMac is coming.

Analyst: Mac growth up 60 percent in February

Apple’s recent Mac growth has been huge, growing a whopping 60 percent in February 2008 over the same month last year.

Expo Notes: Add some color to your iMac

Speck, which makes the SeeThru covering for Mac laptops, is coming out with a new version for the latest iMac.

2008 Predictions: Macworld's annual forecast of the year ahead

We round up four Mac observers and ask them for some bold predictions about what we can expect in the next 12 months.