Will Apple pick up marketshare from Windows 7's release or not? Either way, expect to see them dish out a whole new bowl of dings at Microsoft's expense. And Michael Dell says something sensible—The Macalope is shocked!
A prototype of a new tablet-like Microsoft device named Courier surfaced on the Web late Tuesday.
This week the Macalope considers the many types of lies, including, but not limited to, lies, damned lies, lies of omission, statistics, and, of course, advertising.
Asus, Apple were the most reliable PC vendors in the U.S. during the second quarter, according to a PC reliability survey from Rescuecom.
Verizon Wireless is offering BlackBerry buyers any phone or data device free if it costs the same or less than the smartphone.
Rob Griffiths becomes the latest Macworld editor to dive into the world of OS X on a miniature Windows laptop. This time, it's a Dell Mini 10v, a slightly-larger version of the Dell Vostro A90.
Lessons learned during a recent summer vacation.
Computerworld's Dan Turner contrasts Apple's recently quarterly earnings announcement with the bleaker news from Microsoft and finds that the results say a lot about how the two companies go about their business.
Google may not care if Chrome OS succeeds or fails, PC World’s Tom Spring says.
Despite some analysts' claims, Google's Chrome OS isn't a big threat to Apple. On the other hand, it has a shot at success in particular markets.