The MacBook Pro is unquestionably faster than the PowerBook G4 it replaces, but exactly how much depends on how you use it...
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Jason D. O'Grady
Jason O'Grady is a journalist and author specializing in mobile technology. He has published six books on Apple and mobile gadgets and his PowerPage blog has been publishing for over 18 years.
David Morgenstern has covered the Mac market and other technology segments for 20 years.
In a patent filing the computer maker exposes some details about it's next generation trackpad. Say hello to "touchpad"
Security Update 2006-001 (Intel) is now available (via Software Update). According to Apple, the 23.2MB update fixes lots of nastiness uncovered for the Mac OS in the past few weeks...
While I prefer to rip open the box and publish little nuggets about the MacBook Pro each day others prefer to write a more detailed and lengthy review of it.
An interesting little nugget I found out about the MacBook Pro when I turned out the lights: Apple seriously juiced up the new notebook's LEDs.
In an event today in Cupertino, Steve Jobs announced an Intel-based Mac mini and an iPod boombox...
Apple has invited the press to a special event at 10:00 AM Pacific Time tomorrow at the Apple Town Hall on the company's Cupertino campus. "Come see some fun new products from Apple" the invitation reads.
It's no secret the I took delivery of my new MacBook Pro notebook this week, but like many of you doing the same I was faced with some tough decisions: how to migrate my data to the new iron.
I've run some benchmarks on Apple's new MacBook Pro running an application that hasn't been optimized for the Intel chip yet - Adobe's notoriously resource intensive Photoshop CS. For the test I ran two Photoshop actions on my PowerBook G4 1.
ZDNet's George Ou has posted some details about a scary new Mac OS X exploit that takes advantage of Safari. Unlike the relatively benign OSX.Leap.A worm which emerged last week this exploit is a major security hole because it requires no user interaction.