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Apple iPad recap

January 27th, 2010

If you were following this morning’s Apple announcement, it may have been quite overwhelming and your head could be spinning in confusion. We’re here to clear things up and give you additional details over what we posted this morning. What we know so far is that the device itself, in terms of hardware and software, …

Apple announces the iPad, changes the course of history

January 27th, 2010

Today at 10:00AM PST, hundreds of thousands of eyes were glued to computer screens as Steve Jobs made one of the most anticipated announcements in Apple history: the iPad. Some might giggle or scoff at the name, but that’s where the snark stops. The hardware and software had event attendees up on their feet applauding. …

Apple wins permanent injunction against Psystar

December 16th, 2009

It is the end of the line for Psystar as U.S. District Judge William Alsup has issued a permanent injunction against the Apple clone maker. The injunction prevents Psystar from pursuing its core hardware business by banning the following: Copying, selling, offering to sell, distributing, or creating derivative works of plaintiff’s copyrighted Mac OS X …

Apple delays shipping of 27-inch iMacs, faulty graphics card to blame?

December 13th, 2009

It has been a rocky road for Apple’s over-sized 27-inch iMac. Back in November, customers filled Apple’s forums with complaints — brand new iMacs were received by happy customers who proceeded to discover that their shiny, new Apple hardware was either DOA or horribly damaged in transit. Apple was reportedly helpful to affected customers and …

Psystar and Apple ink partial settlement in copyright case

December 1st, 2009

The 17 month-long court battle between Macintosh clone maker Psystar and Apple has come to a partial end. Psystar has agreed to pay Apple an unspecified amount in damages and in return Apple will voluntarily dismiss all its trademark, trade-dress, and state-law claims against Psystar. As part of the agreement, Psystar would not be required …

Psystar to investors: We'll sell up to 12 million in 3 years

November 27th, 2009

Back in 2008 after its legal woes with Apple began, Psystar, seller of Mac clones, was seeking out the support of investors in an effort to secure $24 million to continue development, expansion and “compete directly against Apple.” The reason that Psystar was seeking such a large amount of funding had to do with its …

Reports of dead and damaged Core i7 iMacs on the rise

November 24th, 2009

As if waiting weeks to receive a custom ordered Core i7 iMac wasn’t bad enough, Apple forums the world wide web over are filling up with reports of computers showing up with broken displays an/or simply not booting up. Giz seems to think that the packaging might be inadequate for the 27″ behemoths and the …

Mac OS X 10.6.2 released

November 9th, 2009

Attention Mac users: Drop whatever it is you’re doing and run Software Update, because OS X 10.6.2 has been released by Apple. Coming in at a rather large 499.9MB, the update contains a considerable amount of bug fixes with the most notable righting the big ol’ scary guest user bug that threatened to delete your …

Reminder: BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac goes live at 1PM ET

October 2nd, 2009

Well Mac users, it’s been one hell of a journey but as of 1PM ET today, an era official ends. No longer will be you able to complain out of frustration that RIM hates you simply because you don’t tow the line and use Windows. Oh, no. Today, “MacBerry” users will finally have their day …