Macs

Apple’s enterprise evolution

Back in 2010, Apple’s iconic co-founder Steve Jobs was not entirely enthralled with the enterprise. In fact, Jobs is famously quoted as saying, “What I love about the consumer market, that I alway

Apple Highlights Relationship With IBM In Business Site Makeover

Apple launched a redesigned version of its Mac in Business site this week as its love affair with IBM continued to develop. As the name implies, the site showcases Apple’s enterprise ac

Apple Sold 39.3M iPhones During The iPhone 6 Launch Quarter, 12.3M iPads And 5.5M Macs

Apple’s earnings for the final quarter of its fiscal 2014 year are out, and boy did they sell a lot of iPhones. The hardware quarter saw 39.3 million iPhones sold, along with 12.3 million iPads

Apple Sold 44M iPhones, 16M iPads And 4M Macs In Q2 2014

Apple shared its quarterly earnings results today, and for fiscal Q2 2014, the company moved 43.7 million iPhones, 16.3 million iPads and 4.1 million Macs. That compares to 51 million iPhones sold dur

How To Get Apple’s Custom Font Celebrating 30 Years Of Mac

Apple left an easter egg (intentional or otherwise) in its new 30 years of Mac tribute website today: A custom font that depicts each Mac model from the past three decades of its history as a maker of

Soluto Brings Web-Based PC Management To Small Business, Ranks The Best Windows Laptops For SMBs (It’s A Mac)

Over the last few years, Israeli IT startup <a target="_blank" href="https://www.soluto.com/">Soluto</a> has morphed from simply being PC software that helps users run diagnostics on their hard drives

Apple CEO Tim Cook Talks Transparency, $100M U.S. Mac Manufacturing Investment, Forstall, Maps And More

In one of the most candid, and certainly most extensive interviews with Apple CEO Tim Cook on record, Bloomberg Businessweek today got the executive to open up about Apple and discuss some of the rece

Apple Reportedly Looking Into Switching From Intel To In-House Chips For Macs

Apple is reportedly looking into ways to replace its Intel processors in Macs with new chips based on the designs it uses for its iOS-based devices. The company has previously been rumored to be conte

CrunchDeals: 20 percent off Mozy subscriptions in honor of Apple Day

Mozy is offering a 20 percent discount to all in honor of this glorious day where Steve Jobs not only announced new notebooks, but even managed to crack a joke about his health. Mozy offers up to 2GB

EFiX dongle allows for easy installation of OS X on your Intel PC

At least, so they say. Of course, I was skeptical of Psystar and their thing worked like a charm. The EFiX site is dying right now from traffic, but today was the planned release for the EFiX USB dong

Distributed computing, accelerometer style at UC Riverside

This is a great idea. That accelerometer in your laptop is meant to interrupt hard drive activity in case of a fall or sudden jolt, but it can also be used to detect seismic activity. Similar to other

Dave Winer wants to be treated special by Apple, as do we all

Dave Winer goes into into an Apple store and asked them to replace his hard drive out of warranty. They sold him 80 GB for $160 and then told you that he couldn’t have his old drive back. And he

Latest MacBook shows 15 percent jump in memory performance

Calling last week’s MacBook update merely a “speed bump” may be accurate to the letter, but it doesn’t faithfully describe the spirit of the upgrade. Primate Labs, which makes

A Stupid, Insane Mac Rumor We're Starting Right Here: New Macs to Ship With Vista

[Update, 05-31-07, 2:37PM PST] So some other famous bloggers and I were discussing this unlikely rumor, and we started to realize something: With core elements of Vista in place on Intel hardware, it

Adobe CS3 Pricing, Availability Leaked: April 20 and July 1, PhotoShop is $649

Adobe will host a lavish New York City event tomorrow to announce that they’re announcing the pricing and availability of Adobe CS3, which includes a version of PhotoShop that natively runs on I

Cringely: Apple to Add H.264 Encoding/Decoding Chips?

site, you may have been disappointed not in the quality of the video, but the playback experience. Apple uses the H.264 codec for all of its HiDef video, as it makes sharp pictures with smooth motion

Mac Users Don't Do Security Says Some Brit, Some Other Guy from Ohio

A fellow by the name of Kevin Finisterre has been posting OS X security holes and bugs on his website every day. Some aren’t too happy that Finisterre is doing this as it could let otherwise clu

It's Called MacWorld Still, Right?

, Steve!? Really, I love the new products. And the name change from Apple Computer to Apple, Inc. is great, too. But what about Leopard? What about new portables? What about 8-way MacPros? What about