There has been a lot of discussion lately about Mac serial numbers. Specifically, what serial number MacBook Pro you have and how it relates to the version of the logic board that you have...
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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.
My favorite Web browser these days is Flock. It's built on the Firefox engine, supports my various blogs and cool features built-in like hooks to the social networking services that I use...
There's been plenty of hype about Apple's dual boot option for Windows Macs, Boot Camp but there's another option that is worthy of consideration.
Would you ever want to be on the business end of legal action from a company with US$9 billion in cash? What about being targeted for deletion by one of most powerful multi-national corporations in the world? What if a company with US$14 billion in revenue and 14,000 employees wanted a piece of your ass? Welcome to my world...
Apple has released a public beta of a product their calling Boot Camp that will let you boot an Intel-based Mac into Windows XP.
Apple's MacBook Pro is undoubtedly the fastest and most powerful notebook computer Apple has ever launched, but it's not without its problems.
March 31, 2006 was the last official day of employment for two key Apple executives: Avadis "Avie" Tevanian, Jr. and Jon Rubinstein. Two of Apple's key executives are no longer with the company.
The Beatles record label, Apple Corps Ltd. was in court for the third time in as many decades with Apple Computer, Inc. this week.
I've been ranting on the effects of loud music on hearing loss for a while now and it's refreshing to see Apple take efforts to help limit the hearing damage potential caused by the iPod - too bad it took a lawsuit to make them do it.
I've recorded live music events on DAT tape for years and recently started thinking about ways to modernize the process and skip the tape altogether. I've been looking for a portable audio recorder to tape interviews and record podcasts but have been frustrated with the options. Following is some of my research.