macbooks

Behind Apple's Blowout Quarter: iPhones, MacBooks And China

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/applelogo.png"> It is difficult to understate what a run Apple is on right now. Look no further than the <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.co

Apple's latest patent: Macbooks with built-in projector

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/Apple-projector-patent.png">Apple recently filed patent for a pico projector to be integrated into their notebooks. Like the sun-lit disp

Something nasty in Apple's lappy juice?

Just bought a shiny new MacBook? Ready to slap a 3rd party memory upgrade in it? Not so fast, sunshine. Turns out that some of the users on the Apple Support Discussion forums are finding out that the

MacBooks enter a golden new age of anti-piracy cruft: HDCP for all

It has come to pass that HDCP – High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (or, in this case, DisplayPort Content Protection) – is now built into the new MacBooks to protect iTunes Store me

MacBooks ruling 33% of US notebook roost

Well isn’t that nice: 33% of people surveyed by ChangeWave who intended to buy a laptop in the next 90 days would pick an Apple. Most interestingly, they’d probably pick up a MacBook Pro r

Tablet BrickBook! Third party, of course, and expensive as hell

If you really like explaining things to strangers, you’ll love having one of these. Because every passer-by will stop, think, and then ask the obvious question. And you’ll have to talk abo

Apple: No 9600M GT capabilities for you!

Back when we announced ahead of time that Apple was switching to an NVIDIA chipset, you might have taken a look at what was then already suspected of being the new laptops’ GPU. Notice if it pro

5 reasons damaging your MacBook is a worse idea now than ever before

Let me preface this by saying that I have a first generation MacBook Pro that has endured like a champ, going around the entire world with me, twice. It’s survived heat, cold, humidity, and when

Netbooks and Apple dominating Amazon's tech top 10

How exciting! I’ve always been skeptical of the actual popularity of netbooks, but I think this makes them out to be actual successful products and not just industry darlings. I don’t thin

NVIDIA drops a little more info on the new 9400M

If you’re wondering about those new MacBooks and what exactly it is that NVIDIA contributed, they’ve got you covered. There’s not a lot of testing yet (we’ll cover it as soon a

Video walkthrough of the new MacBooks [Update: Keynote video is live]

Apple has provided video in case our hands-on and previews didn’t hit the spot. You get a look at the manufacturing process, the multitouch stuff you may not be familiar with, and a lot of float

Apple rumor postmortem: what didn't happen today

Love it or hate it, the time before an Apple announcement is a time for rumors. They flutter about the flame of credibility, at the very boundary of reasonable doubt, and then, come the event, are cru

Mystery port on the new MacBooks: Dock? Snack drawer? Band-aid?

By now you must all have seen the Chinese MacBook body spy shots, generally agreed upon by the internets as being genuine. The shot above has generated a flurry of speculation as to what that little t

Spore incompatible with older MacBooks

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but if your MacBook is equipped with an Intel GMA 950 graphics chipset then you’re SOL. If you’re unsure then go to “About This Mac” and trickle down to the

Apple blows up in over-$1000 computer sales: 66 percent!

Good show, old bean! Everyone knows that Apple is gaining market share in pretty much every sector, but even in their niche (the luxury market) who knew they had such a commanding lead? Fortune report

Is this WiMAX card destined for MacBooks?

Intel doesn’t want you to know, but the FCC made this public anyway. That company they call Chipzilla is releasing a new Wi-fi/WiMAX combo card with the same form factor as the one in current Ma

MagStay Pro makes your MagSafe stay Magged

[photopress:MagStaySmall.jpg,full,center] I like a company that says “not everyone’s going to need or even understand our product” and is up-front about it, especially if it’s

Add a Second Hard Drive to Your MacBook, MacBook Pro

, laptop drives top out at about 200 GB, one-fifth the capacity of a desktop. MCE Technologies, however, has come up with a way for MacBook and MacBook Pro users to push the envelope. By removing the