Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Computer Inc., died Wednesday at the age of 56. From pioneering the modern GUI to the introduction of the iPad, Jobs made a career out of forever changing the way people use technology.
McAfee on Tuesday rolled out McAfee All Access, an offering aimed at providing security for unlimited numbers of PCs, Macs, tablets and smartphones.
Vendors at the Pepcom show in New York City talked up a range of new models, including the upcoming US edition of Acer's Aspire S3 ultrathin notebook, which may differ from the European version.
As a big piece of a larger set of Norton product announcements, Symantec on Wednesday launched Norton Internet Security (NIS) 2012, an update to its PC software with new mobile gadget protections.
Steve Jobs, the man who is largely credited with resurrecting Apple in the 1990s, has officially resigned as CEO of Apple. The company's COO, Tim Cook, is expected to fill the role, but will investors continue to support Apple in the midst of this shakeup?
The OWC Data Doubler kit can add 1TB of internal storage to older MacBook and MacBook Pro notebooks and includes everything users need to install the drive.
Video chat is no longer just the stuff of Dick Tracy fiction. With options for face-to-face communications from PCs, Macs, iPhones, and Android smartphones, which video chat options are your best bet?
It was only a matter of time, but the team in Cupertino have announced an update to the 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air laptops. The new ultraportables feature the second-generation Intel Sandy Bridge processors, backlit keyboards and a Thunderbolt port.
As CEO Steve Ballmer crows about Windows 7 sales, another exec, Stephen Rose, blogged warnings about the final death knell of Windows XP. This all flies in the face of recent Windows 8 sneak peaks, an OS Ballmer calls their "riskiest move yet."
For those who haven't already heard the news, Apple has officially revealed its new MacBook Pro family with the latest Intel Sandy Bridge Core i5 and Core i7 processors, AMD Radeon graphics and the latest high-speed data port: Thunderbolt. In short, it's time to buy a new MacBook!
Nvidia shipped a large number of defective graphics cards in 2008; affected notebook owners can now file claims thanks to a class-action lawsuit until March 14.
Today Apple released the long-awaited updates to its MacBook Air lineup. While the CPUs stayed the same, Apple managed to make the notebooks thinner than ever, helped in part by soldering flash memory directly to the motherboard. As part of the update, the computer giant also introduced a new 11.6-inch model.
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