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Nvidia notches big Apple MacBook Pro win

The Apple and Nvidia relationship is a bit complicated. Nvidia notched a MacBook Pro win, but the company's future rides with its Tegra 3 design wins aimed squarely at the iPad and iPhone.

June 11, 2012

Netgear introduces NeoTV media streamer: Does it have any chance against new Apple TV, Google TV?

Netgear has a history of offering streaming media players that support a wide variety of file formats to play on your HDTV, like its latest introduction: the NTV550 or NeoTV 550. But can NeoTV make itself a place in the marketplace when Google TV is on the way, Apple appears set to release a new version of its TV as early as this afternoon, and even Sony has a compelling streamer in its new Netbox?

August 31, 2010 by

Psystar debuts Blu-ray, Nvidia 9800GT before Apple

If you're keeping track at home: Psystar 2, Apple 1.Psystar, that squirrely manufacturer of OS X-compatible PCs, has begun shipping PCs with Blu-ray disc drives and the nVidia 9800GT graphics card - before Apple's own debut of the components in their own computers.

October 29, 2008 by

Apple's MacBook gets a new look

Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the updated version of the popular MacBook laptop. New features include Nvidia graphics, a glass multitouch trackpad, a thinner casing crafted from a single block of aluminum, solid state drives, some price reductions, and more.

October 14, 2008 by

Apple beefs up iMac line

Apple on Monday updated its iMac lineup with the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors and NVIDIA GeForce graphics.Among the tweaks to the iMac line: The iMac has 2GB of memory standard on most models and offers a 3.

April 27, 2008 by

Preview's CMYK conversion bug

Apple keeps improving its Preview application that comes with Mac OS X. However, a recent Apple technical note warns that when converting color spaces and formats, the software may bring unexpected (and unwelcome) changes to an image.

April 15, 2008 by

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