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Contrary to what Mac cynics might say, the upgrades in Apple's latest operating system, Mac OS X Version 10.4, also known as Tiger, are not just cosmetic. New…
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Nano nano. Once a comedy catchphrase in Mork and Mindy, it now adorns, bizarrely, a pair of audio players by Creative and Apple. The coincidence is utterly shazbut.
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Apple's brand-new flagship supercomputer is just that: super. While we average PC users may baulk at the cost and wonder why some of the base specifications are so…
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Apple's iPods are undisputed kings among portable digital music players. So popular are they that a market has sprung up supplying add-ons and adaptors.
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The 15.4in MacBook Pro is a similar size to the PowerBook G4 it replaces – and looks just as slim and sexy next to most Window-based laptops, with which it now shares…
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This is the first desktop system from Apple that houses the much-vaunted Intel Duo chip – if you can refer to something this intuitive and space-saving as a desktop…
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Apple has filled out its Intel-based portable line with an entry-level model. But this laptop packs so many clever, practical features into its case that it doesn't…
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How else can you describe the second-generation nano but as the resurrection of the iPod mini?
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Once again a new iPod range looks set to cruise past the competition.
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Just like the iMac before it, Apple's MacBook Pro has undergone an upgrade highlighted by a chip swap.
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Apple TV is a nice concept and, in some ways, it’s capably executed - it’s the first media-streaming device we could imagine less technical users enjoying.…
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Creative’s Zen Vision W, being larger-screened and chunkier, is designed for video above all other functions, but the Apple iPod Video sits elegantly on the fence.…
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Apple and EMI recently announced that EMI would offer its entire catalogue without DRM (digital rights management) protection at the iTunes store, sometime in May.…
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The latest revision of Apple's hugely popular MacBook laptop series sees faster processors and bigger hard drives added to already superb Apple Mac notebook PCs. Is…
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The finished version of Apple's Safari 3.0 web browser will be the bundled browser in Leopard when Mac OS X 10.5 ships in October. It will also run on Windows XP.
More details have emerged about Mac OS X 10.5, the next major update to the Mac operating system that Apple has dubbed "Leopard".
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Final Cut Pro 6.0 - or FCP - has evolved over time into a workhorse application that handles everything from basic digital video editing to uncompressed HD video…
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Apple products have frequently been about the looks, and in the case of the new MacBook Pro, the beauty comes mainly from the glossy 1,920x1,200 pixel 17in screen.
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Apple's professional desktop system, the highly configurable Apple Mac Pro, recently added another choice that features eight processing cores, all running at 3GHz.
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The 24in iMac - which starts at £799 - is Apple's first refresh to its all-in-one desktop line.
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