Thu, October 28, 2010

Apple unveils new OS, MacBook Air

Apple unveils new operating system, MacBook Air

Apple Inc. on Wednesday showcased the latest version of the operating system runs on its Macintosh computers and launched new model of its ultrathin MacBook Air notebook, in moves to boost the company's Mac business. Full story


Apple unveils new MacBook Air computers

Apple on Wednesday released a sleek new MacBook Air notebook computer inspired by its winning iPad tablet devices.


Which aspect of Appleā€™s new MacBook Air most attracts your attention?


Review: New MacBook Airs still skinny on power

2010-10-28 03:31:18 GMT The first MacBook Air laptop hit the catwalk in 2008 as an elegant but somewhat impractical statement about how far Apple would go to make the thinnest laptop ever. It wasn't very powerful, had a short battery life and started with a nosebleed price tag of $1,800.

Apple will no longer pre-install Flash on Macs

2010-10-25 07:12:35 GMT Apple Inc said on Friday it will no longer ship Mac computers with Adobe Systems Inc's Flash player pre-installed, as the company continues to erect barriers to the software.

Apple announces Mac OS X Lion, Mac app store

2010-10-21 10:48:08 GMT Apple on Wednesday unveiled the new version of its Mac OS X, dubbed "Lion," a release that includes a Mac App Store.

11 reasons Apple doesn't dominate the PC market

2010-10-21 10:45:42 GMT Apple CEO Steve Jobs' unexpected earnings report rant highlights Apple's strength in the newest computing form factors: smartphones and tablets. No doubt, the iPad and iPhone are important devices, but the majority of the world still gets the bulk of their work done on desktop and laptop computers. Apple's system sales actually shot up in the last quarter (thank you, halo effect) and may gather more steam with Apple's Back to the Mac unveiling, but the company still trails behind other system giants and the most recent guesstimates still put Apple just about 10 percent of the computer market.

Apple unleashes new MacBook Airs

2010-10-21 11:10:39 GMT Apple CEO Steve Jobs smiles as he unveils the latest improvements to the company's Mac software during a news conference at Apple Inc. headquarters in Cupertino, California October 20, 2010.

Apple unveils new MacBook Air computers

2010-10-21 10:02:07 GMT

The new MacBook Air

2010-10-21 09:30:48 GMT Apple on Wednesday released a sleek new MacBook Air notebook computer inspired by its winning iPad tablet devices.

Apple launches latest thinner laptop

2010-10-21 09:02:25 GMT Apple is looking to increase market share gains against Microsoft Windows-based PCs. In the quarter that just ended, Mac revenue was $4.9 billion, less than a quarter of Apple's overall revenue.