It’s been presumed that the MacBook Pro’s current Core 2 Duo processor will likely be replaced by Intel’s latest & greatest Core i5, which debuted this week at CES in Las Vegas. So, why the excitement?
With CES 2010 just underway, there’s a veritable mountain of eReaders being unleashed to dethrone Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook. If you can’t make it to CES, just sit back and let MacLife.com be your guide through the thick forest of what’s been announced so far!
A good mouse is priceless. It’s a key cog in any computer-based
workflow. But the thing is, everyone has a different idea of what
“good” is. For mobile users, it might mean small and light, while a
desktop Mac user may value comfort above everything else. Apple takes a
one-size-fits-all approach to mice, and while the new Magic Mouse can
pull off cool tricks, sometimes simple and reliable is all you really
need. Besides, options are always a good thing.
So much for “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas”: Companies of all shapes & sizes are coming out of the woodwork throwing around tablet-style gadgets, and some of them aren’t even being shy about referring to them as “slates” on the heels of the recent news that Apple has procured a trademark on the name “iSlate,” possibly as a name for their own forthcoming tablet.
Let’s have a look at what’s been announced so far, and what we know about each device.
If Apple doesn't introduce some kind of tablet device at the end of
this month, they're going to be just about the only ones. Everyone,
even Microsoft is getting into the game, including the latest
You’ve got to hand it to AT&T: They’ve become the tech version of comedian Rodney Dangerfield and his classic line, “I can’t get no respect!” But with new software upgrades recently completed at their cell sites across the nation, that may change soon enough.
As rumored only hours before, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took the wraps off a new touchscreen tablet running Windows 7 during his CES keynote Wednesday night. Did they steal some of Apple’s tablet thunder?
Facebook cultists were no doubt overjoyed when the 3.0 version of their iPhone app was updated awhile back, but one major oversight in that otherwise excellent release has finally been rectified with today’s 3.1 update.