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A patent recently granted to Apple reveals that the company is looking into a modified dock connector compatible with newer high-speed communication standards, such as USB 3.0 and a "dual-lane DisplayPort," or Thunderbolt, connector.
Tekserve, New York City 's largest independent Apple retailer and solutions provider has partnered with Apple Computer to support the surging interest in Macintosh computers among business users. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20100908/
It is almost certain that the soaring popularity of iPad will kill netbook, but does the Apple's flagship gizmo hurt its own family products? A salesman displays an Apple iPad during its launch in Singapore Apple's iPad is a tablet computer marketed
The meeting will demonstrate Apple Macintosh software, hardware and Photoshop elements.
Apple Inc. has won an important round in its legal battle against Psystar Corp., which sells computers based on the Apple Macintosh operating system. Apple first accused Psystar of copyright infringement in a lawsuit filed in July 2008, which was
Microsoft said today that in the next version of Office for Mac, its Mac-only email application Entourage will be replaced with a new piece of software, Outlook for Mac. Entourage has always been a bit unusual — where most of the Office for Mac line-
Clearwire introduces 3G/4G card, Mac compatibility Posted by The Silicon Forest Blog July 21, 2009 07:14AM Categories: WiMAX Clearwire formally launched its WiMAX service in Las Vegas today, and announced that on Aug. 1 it will begin offering a dual-
Even as Apple is preparing to announce its first-quarter results for the fiscal year 2009, rumors, speculation, analysis and finger-pointing around Apple CEO Steve Jobs' health issues -- and the disclosure of them -- continue. The media has reported