Wow! After 13 beta seeds and three and a half months in testing, Apple finally pulled the trigger on OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.3 on Thursday. What took so long? Hard to tell, but that wasn't all the company had on its plate overnight -- so read on and find out what you might have missed before packing it in for the weekend.
You know it's time to get this party started with some great deals on some gear for all your Apple product needs. So let's kick this baby off with everyone's favorite cheap refurbs to get you a deal on an Apple certified computer at a pretty good discount.
We're back with our usual bevy of refurb deals that will knock your socks off, but don't worry, we have a few accessories including a super cheap screen cover that will cost you next to nothing. So come inside and have a look.
During the Geneva Motor Show, luxury car maker Ferrari unveiled its new LaFerrari hybrid. While the supercar is probably out of reach for most buyers, the Italian automaker is apparently dedicated to increasing a partnership with Apple for future vehicles. The LaFerrari includes iPad mini units in the passenger seats.
We didn't even realize it when we were picking this week's stories, but we really are in a post-PC world. Every last article is about the mobile world. For better or worse, Steve Jobs has charted our future's course (or at least he was really adept at predicting it and getting Apple on that crest). So check it out, newshounds, it's an iOS-errific world.
With each new tablet released -- and there's a lot of them these days! -- the folks at iFixit break out the spudgers and get to work for all of us to enjoy. Now the company has published a chart comparing just how repairable they are to each other.
The calendar may say it's March, but we've got one last handful of stories from February for you to enjoy. Between dubious reports of iPad cannibalization, app updates and the retired U.K. trial judge who slapped Apple on the wrist going to work for Samsung, Thursday sure was a day chock full of tech excitement, so let's flash back a few hours and enjoy it all over again...
Yeah, she's a beauty, but that price tag sure gives us pause. Google introduced its latest attempt to deflate the MacBook Air on Thursday, and the Chromebook Pixel is now on sale for anyone with $1299 burning a hole in their pocket. We figure Chrome OS still isn't mature enough to drop that kind of dough on, especially when a similarly-spec'ed MacBook Air can be had for less, but read on to find out more...