Even though Windows 8 won't be officially released until October 26, its Metro user interface and Microsoft's decision to remove the Start menu have already received lots of criticism. Some observers have gone so far as to predict that Windows 8 will...
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With demand for Apple products seemingly at an all-time high in Australia, the company behind the wildly popular iPhone, iPad and MacBook products unveiled another dedicated Apple Story in Sydney's Broadway district.
The much sought-after ASUS Zenbook Prime Ultrabooks appear to have finally hit the Australian market. The first models to show up on many online stores are the UX31A-R4005V and the UX31A-R4003X. Both are 13.3in models that command prices from $1500 t...
Apple may introduce its second MacBook Pro with Retina display as early as October, according to one analyst.
Apple’s new MacBook Pro with Retina display is probably the least repairable laptop so far, according to repair site iFixit. Just a couple of days after it became available, the teardown of the Retina MacBook Pro shows the notebook is a great piece o...
Apple's new Retina MacBook Pro is a harbinger of future changes to the company's laptop line, analysts said today. And those changes could come as soon as October.
Like many of us, the 17-inch MacBook Pro has learned that it can be dangerous to one's health to carry around too much bulk. Apple has discontinued the largest member of its laptop line in the wake of its WWDC announcements.
Apple unveiled an updated MacBook line, more Mountain Lion features, iOS 6, and a smarter Siri. Here are some photos and recaps of Monday's WWDC keynote.
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