With Apple's announcement of the MacBook Pro they also obsoleted a popular notebook technology - the PC Card slot (formerly known as PCMCIA).
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One of the "improvements" in iTunes 6.0.2 is the MiniStore which looks at what you're listening to and suggests artists and songs that you might like.
In one of their most controversial moves yet, Apple dropped the double-layer 8x DVD-R SuperDrive from their new professional notebook - the MacBook Pro. Here's why...
A senior manager at a British government agency has come up with an alternative to the U.K.'s identity card scheme: Give everyone a free iPod installed with a digital certificate.
The coolest feature of the Apple's new MacBook Pro notebook is the new MagSafe power adapter.
Back in July 2005 I suggested that it was time for Apple to retire the name PowerBook in favor something that would depart from its "Power"PC heritage (even though the original PowerBook predates the PowerPC) and move into the 21st century and reflect Apple's commitment to use silicon from Intel...
Apple announces MacBook Pro, first Intel notebook
... and all through the house, not a creature was stirring except for Steve's mouse."Quick, change that keynote slide, he's got it all posted.""And you'd better do it quick or your ass is toasted!"
On Friday I posted a story on the PowerPage about a possibility that Apple will introduce new 42 and 50-inch plasma displays at Macworld Expo tomorrow - with built-in in Macs. As with anything mentioned before the start of Expo you have to consider the source.
It's that time of year again, time to dust off the crystal ball and prognosticate about what Apple has in store for us at the big January love-in at Moscone.