Apple appears to have forgotten its professional content-creation and high-performance computing customers, something that worried Mac managers at the recent Macworld/iWorld Expo. They bemoaned the lack of a next-generation Mac Pro.
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After some fits and starts in 2008 and 2009 by Psystar and some cheap Dell netbooks, the low-cost hackintosh may be coming soon to a screen near you.
In the days before the annual Macworld Expo (now with iWorld) in San Francisco, my inbox is flooded with guides to build a Hackintosh. Does anyone with any real work to do really want one?
AMD and Bluestacks have announced a partnership to bring Android apps to Windows 7 and 8 PCs and tablets.
With the debut of the Kindle Fire, Amazon went from having zero percent of the market share in Q3 2011 to garnering 14 percent of the share by the end of Q4.
The AirBook is an almost exact clone of Apple's MacBook Air, right down to the glowing Apple logo on the lid.
Apple yesterday released Mac OS 10.6.8 and its a big deal because it's required to upgrade to Lion. Back up, repair permissions and install it from the 1.3GB combo updater.
It seems that Adafruit's $3,000 bounty for open source for Microsoft Kinect hands-free game controller might already have been won.
Killing an app because it has a GPL license and your store policies conflict with the GPL is a base strategy. The Free Software Foundation made a political complaint. Apple acted in the way of a base politician -- if the other side hates it then it must be good.
As of July 1, Microsoft is adding a new license to its line-up known as Windows Virtual Desktop Access (VDA). Will it end up making virtualization cost-prohibitive for some customers?
If Apple can settle these suits under favorable terms it can also win patent peace with Microsoft. This would free it to create iPhones as the market directs, rather than within constraints of lawyers and patent rights.
Intel's Wind River Hypervisor and technologies like it could usher in a new age of Device-agnostic Smartphone Operating Systems and unprecedented customer choice.
Last week we heard that the Google Nexus One is most likely coming to Verizon in March based on the FCC's approval of a CDMA version of the phone. It might even be offered cheaply at Walmart!
A quick check over at the Microsoft Download Center shows that, yes, indeed, all kinds of updates are in the pipeline for XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, including the new Windows 7 Activation updates Microsoft said it would be pushing out in February.
The latest patent skirmish between Apple and Nokia is just a precursor to a series of court cases over the intellectual property that powers smartphones.
Can you buy a new iPhone for $40? No, but you can get your hands on a clone made by CECT.
Nokia said that it has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission.
A review of what clicked with readers of The Apple Core in 2009.
Oracle's plans for Sun, a question of whether Psystar is out of business and thoughts on Google's Android market are today's leading headlines
Episode 121 of the PowerPage Podcast has been posted. On it we discuss the resurgence of Web apps, how Psystar is toast, Operation Chokehold, AT&T data caps, why Facebook sold you out and how smartphones will outsell notebooks (and netbooks) in 2010.