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  • News: Hands-on with an Apple Mac netbook

    When it comes to laptops, there's no doubt that netbooks have taken over. The small and light-weight devices are scaled down laptops that feature small processors and are ideal for tasks like email and surfing the web on the go. Everyone from Asus to HP and Dell have launched their version of the netbook.

  • News: MacBook tablet coming to the UK

    Axiotron's Modbook, described as "the one and only tablet Mac", is coming to the UK via retailer Computer Warehouse.

  • News: Mac fans super angry at new Apples

    After waiting months for Mac desktop updates, it appears that the Steve Job-less Apple has scored its first own goal, with previously fervent fans blasting the company for its lack of vision and price increases.

  • News: Apple updates Mac mini

    Apple has announced an updated version of its Mac mini desktop computer.

  • News: Apple launches new Mac Pro

    Hot on heels of rumours on the web, Apple has announced two new Mac Pro desktop computers that run the Intel Nehalem Xeon processor.

  • News: Apple to launch new Mac Mini this month?

    Apple may be planning on refreshing the iMac, Mac Mini and Mac Pro lines later this month.

  • News: Apple boasts MobileMe improvements

    MobileMe, Apple's collection of online services and software, got off to a rocky start following its metamorphosis from .Mac and iTools, but Apple is now so sure of its prowess that it has started singing its praises once more.

  • News: Apple releases beta version of Safari 4

    Apple has released a public beta version of Safari 4 - its web browser for Mac and Windows PCs.

  • News: Happy Birthday Steve Jobs!

    It's a happy birthday today to Apple CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs (born 1955).

  • News: Huge Apple security update fixes 55 bugs

    Apple has released a security update for Mac OS X that patches 55 bugs and marks the largest update by Apple in nearly a year.

  • Video: World Technology Update, February 9 2009

    Sticker machines are back with a new twist, the iPhone launches in the Middle East and Google introduces two new products. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • News: German company offers Mac clones to UK

    UK consumers are being offered built-to-order Mac OS X clones that come with OS X 10.5 preinstalled, even though Apple has taken legal action against companies offering similar machines in the past.

  • News: iPhone passes 1% mobile phone market share

    Apple has grabbed 1.1 percent of mobile handset shipments with its iPhone in a slowing market that is expected to be focused mainly on smartphones in 2009.

  • News: Organiser claims Mac vendors rushing to CES

    Adding to the rumours that Apple may be attending CES 2010 in place of its usual presence at Macworld Expo, CES organizers today announced that the iLounge Pavilion has "quadrupled in size since its official launch last week".

  • News: Next-generation iPhone in June?

    While Palm's pre-announced Pre touchscreen smartphone is getting all the attention, rumours abound that Apple is readying a significant upgrade to its iPhone.

  • News: Apple laptops more than 70 percent of all Mac sales

    Buried in Apple's sales figures for the recently concluded holiday quarter is an interesting statistic: The laptop line (MacBook, Air and MacBook Pro lines) exceeded 70 percent of Macintosh sales for the first time ever.

  • News: iWork Trojan found in pirate copies of Photoshop

    The malicious software found in pirate copies of Apple's iLife'09 downloaded from file-sharing sites has also been found in pirated copies of Adobe Photoshop CS4.

  • News: Three reasons Apple's new iMac is late

    Industry watchers had expected Apple's Phil Schiller to unveil an updated iMac during his keynote at Macworld Expo. But it was a no-show. Why?

  • News: Apple's Nvidia update fixes Mini DisplayPort woes

    Apple has released Nvidia Graphics Update 2009, which is designed to improve cursor movement (reducing jumpy or erratic movement) when using Apple's £68 Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter with the latest MacBook Air, MacBook, or MacBook Pro.

  • News: Apple users struggle with Mini DisplayPort DVI

    Owners of the latest MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air models can connect their laptops to 30in displays using Apple's £68 Mini DisplayPort to Dual Link DVI Adapter. However, some users have been reporting problems with the new adaptor, ranging from screen artefacts to completely blank displays.

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