The world has a lot of unwritten rules: In social etiquette. In baseball. And in buying computers. For years, we have unquestioningly followed numerous unwritten rules when buying a Mac. Like many customs, these rules were once based on a foundation of facts and reason. But in the past few years, many longstanding Mac truths have been upended.
Hardware takes center stage in this edition of the Macworld Podcast, as we discuss buying advice for the Mac and get an up-close look at Psystar’s OS X-compatible Open Computer.
The GlobeSurfer Icon HSUPA wireless modem will let your Mac surf cell phone data networks worldwide.
IBM Thursday disclosed that 100 of its researchers are giving Apple Macintosh computers a go to find out whether they are a strong option for use in the workplace.
Jason Snell comes to the shocking realization that the rules for buying a new Mac have changed.
Some new MacBooks are showing flickering problems with QuickTime MPEG-encoded videos.
LapWorks' Laptop Desk Futura model now comes in a variety of different colors and patterns.
Apple released six firmware updates for its MacBook products and a few other products.
Apple has met some of the goals Steve Jobs outlined in his May 2007 letter on the company’s environmental policies. But nearly a year after the Apple CEO first published his open letter, work remains to be done on making Apple’s product offerings more environmentally friendly.
Apple’s recent Mac growth has been huge, growing a whopping 60 percent in February 2008 over the same month last year.