The iPod. The iPhone. The iMac. The Macintosh. The LaserWriter. The Macbook. Mac OS X. The list goes on. Apple, the multinational corporation that began life in the mid-seventies in a garage trumpeting “Think Different” as its mantra, has concocted and…
Apple's Mac OS X 10.6 "Snow Leopard" operating system goes on sale August 28 - and Intel Mac users can upgrade for just $29.99.
It's taken many (many!) years, but Microsoft has committed to creating a version of Outlook for the Mac - and it'll be part of the next version of Mac Office.
Apple is once again offering non-glare, matte-finish displays on some MacBook Pro models...but Mac loyalists will pay $50 extra for the privilege.
Newton Peripherals has unveiled a version of its low-profile MoGo mouse specifically aimed at netbook users.
Kensington's new charging dock for the iPhone and iPod charges up not out the Apple device, but a mini battery pack for even more undocked time.
Citing potential conflicts of interest, Apple has announced the Google CEO is resigning from the company's board of directors.
The annual Black Hat security conference is underway in Las Vegas, with researchers demonstrating how to take over iPhones via SMS...along with a Mac OS X rootkit.
Logitech wants to make its presence felt in the Webcam market...and unveiled seven new models today, including a 2-megapixel, 720p model with Carl Zeiss optics.
Jobs may be ready to step away from Apple, but not before completing the iPad as his magnum opus.
T-Mobile will be launching the BlackBerry Curve 8520 on August 5th...and it'll be the first BlackBerry to launch with out-of-the-box Mac support.
What will Apple’s hotly anticipated piece of next-gen hardware look like?
Verbatim's new line of SureFire portable external hard drives sports USB 2.0 and FireWire 800 ports...and come in 250, 320, and 500 GB capacities.