We walked out of Apple's "Back to the Mac" event today with a shiny new MacBook Air on loan from the mad scientists at Cupertino. In fact, I'm writing this on the new 11.6-inch, 1.4GHz Core 2 Duo MacBook Air right now. And it's rad.
Follow the jump to learn more about the new Air, and watch a video comparing its super-speedy application launching against a brand-new 15-inch Core i7 MacBook Pro with 4GB of RAM. You'll be pleasantly surprised...
We got hands-on with the new iPod's after Apple's big music event. Will they tear up the charts, number one with a bullet? Or are they next summer's state fair act? Follow the jump for our hands-on first impressions.
Last week, we got a chance to control the high-flying Parrot AR Drone. Senior Editor, Susie Ochs's first time flying the helicopter might seem a little shakey, but she still managed to get some awesome air. Check out the video after the cut for a first look at the Parrot AR Drone.
Billed as the most significant Photoshop update in years, and coming on
the heels of the 20th anniversary of the release of Photoshop 1.0,
expectations are high for the star pupil of the CS5 roster, and in the
last couple of months, we’ve had the chance to put the program through
To paraphrase Eric Cartman: "Yes, I have used the iPad; who wants to touch me?"
EIC Paul and I were supa-stoked to get some hands-on time with the iPad after this morning's event. We played with it for about 90 minutes, lingering as long as we could even while Apple's uber-patient gadget-handlers politely mentioned (and rementioned) that "we're getting ready to shut it down."
Shut it down?! Never! We are geeks with a new toy! Christmas morning and whatnot! Anyway, after they pried it from our sweaty trembling hands, we jotted down these first impressions just for you. (Plus video, after the jump...)
More than a year after they threw back the curtain on the Windows beta, Google has finally unleashed a beta version of their Chrome browser for the Mac. So, was it worth the wait? And more importantly, in its present state, is Chrome compelling enough to make you move from Safari, Firefox, Opera, et al? Let’s find out.
After more than a year of training, Apple’s star duo is ready for the Beijing Olympics. The 2.0 Software Update finally brings support for Chinese input to the iPhone and iPod Touch, just in time for next month’s opening ceremonies.