Last week I wrote about one of my pet peeves about Apple's new MagSafe power connector: the fact that it comes out too easily...
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Dan over at Uneasy Silence has posted a cool video tutorial on how to install Windows XP on an Intel Mac...
If you have an Intel Mac (especially the MacBook Pro) be careful when installing new Web browsers. If you do and it seems like you don't have the Flash plug-in installed, it's easy to install a non-working version of flash over a good one.
I mentioned in my posting yesterday that Apple's new MagSafe power connector is both an asset and a liability. Today I want to look at its patent status...
One of my favorite things about the MacBook Pro is the MagSafe power connector, but the more I use it the more I am finding that things might not be as rosy as I originally thought.
Back in February I posted some Photoshop benchmarks pitting the MacBook Pro 2.0GHz against the PowerBook G4 1.5GHz. Now it's time for you to test your machine.
One of the most popular questions about the new MacBook Pro is about its temperature. Users of previous PowerBook G4s (especially the 12-inch model) are very conscious of the ambient heat generated by their machines.
While it's not the fastest method of connecting to the Internet, there are times when it's convenient to use your mobile phone for Dial Up Networking (DUN).
Podcasting has gotten a whole lot easier with the advent of GarageBand 3. Previously I used Audio Hijack Pro, but GarageBand has been updated with features designed specifically for podcasters.
A Piper Jaffray research analyst is worried that limited MacBook Pro availability could pose a problem for Apple's second-quarter Mac sales estimates. Gene Munster continues to maintain an "outperform" rating and $103 price target on Apple Computer, despite the constrained availability of the popular MacBook Pro.