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January 24, 2012 by

Will Apple's success kill the Mac as we know it?

With Apple this week announcing its best quarter ever for Mac sales (5.2 million units) and tens of thousands of Apple fans gathering for the weekend's annual Macworld Expo in San Francisco, surely this moment must be one of the greatest for Mac users in the platform's 28 year history. But many longtime professional users of the Mac are worried — very worried — by the smoke signals coming out of Cupertino. They wonder whether Apple will make a computing solution for the rest of us or for all of us.

October 9, 2011

Early Jobs: innovative, underground, illegal

Steve Jobs might now be known for such mainstream technology as the iPhone, iPad and Macintosh, but his first creation with hardware genius Steve Wozniak was illegal.


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