27-inch Mid-2014 iMac Leak

Apple may release an all-new ‘mid-2014′ 27-inch iMac soon

By on July 30, 2014 at 4:45 PM.

Apple may release an all-new ‘mid-2014′ 27-inch iMac soon

Following a previous accidental mention on Tuesday of an updated iMac Mini on Apple’s website, the company has apparently spilled the proverbial beans on another upcoming product that should have been kept under wraps. French site ConsoMac has discovered a mid-2014 iMac mention on Apple’s site in a chart detailing what kind of Windows versions Apple’s iMacs support, just as was the case with the 2014 iMac mini refresh. More →

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Best Kickstarter Projects Modbook Pro X

How to get the touchscreen Retina MacBook Pro of your dreams

By on July 30, 2014 at 2:15 PM.

How to get the touchscreen Retina MacBook Pro of your dreams

Apple has never been all that keen on the idea of releasing a MacBook with a touchscreen, even if it has been toying with the idea of releasing a larger “iPad Pro.” Just because Apple isn’t going to release a touchscreen MacBook, however, doesn’t mean that a bold entrepreneur on Kickstarter won’t give it a shot. A new Kickstarter projected called Modbook Pro X is trying to raise $150,000 to build a massive MacBook-tablet hybrid that even utilizes one of Steve Jobs’ most hated accessories — the stylus. More →

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Mid-2014 Mac Mini

Apple may have just revealed a new Mac mini coming in mid-2014

By on July 29, 2014 at 6:40 PM.

Apple may have just revealed a new Mac mini coming in mid-2014

It’s been nearly two years since the last update to the Mac mini line, but Apple may have quietly revealed a new model on Tuesday amid the launch of the 2014 versions of the Retina MacBook Pro. 9to5Mac points out that a new listing on the Boot Camp support page on Apple’s website shows “Mac mini (Mid 2014)” as one of the Mac mini models near the bottom of the page. More →

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2014 Retina MacBook Pro Specs and Prices

Apple’s best yet Retina MacBook Pros are already here

By on July 29, 2014 at 6:45 AM.

Apple’s best yet Retina MacBook Pros are already here

After a leaked imaged suggested Apple may be getting ready to release new Retina MacBook Pro models this week, the company went ahead and updated its online stores with the 2014 versions of its top of the line laptop. All models received processor and memory bumps, with some versions also getting a price reduction, similar to what the company did with its 2014 MacBook Airs. More →

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2014 Retina MacBook Pro Update

The updated Retina MacBook Pro you’ve been waiting for could launch tomorrow

By on July 28, 2014 at 8:30 AM.

The updated Retina MacBook Pro you’ve been waiting for could launch tomorrow

A picture taken inside a new Paradise Walk store and posted on a Chinese forum apparently reveals that Apple is getting ready to update its MacBook Pro line at some point in the near future, 9to5Mac reports. Apple already updated the MacBook Pro with slightly faster processors and cheaper prices across the board, and launched an even cheaper iMac version earlier this year. The company is expected to update its Pro family and release other Mac models later this year. More →

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1TB RRAM Memory for Smartphones

Forget the cloud, researchers are working on 1TB memory for smartphones

By on July 24, 2014 at 7:31 PM.

Forget the cloud, researchers are working on 1TB memory for smartphones

What if your smartphone shipped with 1TB of memory, which would be not only be able to store all the digital content you want to carry with you at all times, but would also be faster and more reliable? Researchers from Rice University are already working on such technology, MIT’s Technology Review reports, having discovered a more practical way to mass-produce it. More →

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Yosemite and 12-inch Retina MacBook Air

Yosemite and Apple’s best Macs yet are reportedly launching this fall

By on July 23, 2014 at 2:54 PM.

Yosemite and Apple’s best Macs yet are reportedly launching this fall

Apple will release the public OS X Yosemite beta on Thursday, with 9to5Mac reporting that the final version will be released as a free download via the Mac App Store at some point in late October, possibly alongside new Macs that will come with high-resolution displays. More →

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MacBook Air Stickers TV Commercial

Is this simple spot the best MacBook commercial Apple has ever made?

By on July 22, 2014 at 8:25 AM.

Is this simple spot the best MacBook commercial Apple has ever made?

There’s no doubt about it, the MacBook Air is one of Apple’s most iconic products, a very successful addition to the company’s laptop line. To further remind users how popular its ultra-slim laptop is, Apple on Monday released a terrific new ad that focuses entirely on the Air. More →

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10 Hidden Mac Features

10 hidden Mac features you didn’t know existed until now

By on July 21, 2014 at 1:22 PM.

10 hidden Mac features you didn’t know existed until now

Our computers are packed to the brim with features we never use, but some of them might be more useful than you think. Business Insider has put together a list of ten Mac features that aren’t explicitly detailed anywhere on the desktop, but could save you some time and hassle depending on how you’re using your computer. More →

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12-inch Retina MacBook Air Release Date

New MacBook Airs are coming, but the 12-inch Retina model might be delayed

By on July 21, 2014 at 7:15 AM.

New MacBook Airs are coming, but the 12-inch Retina model might be delayed

Apple is apparently going to launch new 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air versions in the coming months, 9to5Mac says, citing reports from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News. Furthermore, the 12-inch Retina MacBook Air – a rumored new addition to the Air family – might hit stores as late as early 2015. More →

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Chrome Battery Bug Fix

Google admits Chrome is killing laptop batteries and promises a fix

By on July 18, 2014 at 9:30 AM.

Google admits Chrome is killing laptop batteries and promises a fix

A recent report shed light on a major bug in Google’s Chrome web browser that causes the batteries in Windows laptops to drain much faster than normal. In fact, the issue could cause laptop batteries to die 25% quicker. The bug causes laptops’ processors to wake up and look for tasks 1,000 times each second instead of 64 times per second, as they should, and users have been advised to avoid using Chrome on Windows machines if they value battery life.

But help is on the way: A new report states that Google has acknowledged the issue and is currently working to fix it. More →

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Laptop Battery Life

Google’s Chrome browser is killing your laptop’s battery life

By on July 15, 2014 at 1:32 PM.

Google’s Chrome browser is killing your laptop’s battery life

Want your laptop battery to last longer on each charge? Stop using Google’s popular Chrome web browser. According to one Forbes contributor, there is a big problem with the Windows version of Google’s Chrome browser that causes it to drain laptops’ batteries at a significantly faster rate — in fact, the issue may cause notebook PC batteries to drain 25% quicker than normal. More →

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