Apple Ruins Nerf Basketball for PC Fanboys Everywhere

Is nothing sacred? Could fanboys just leave some small section of Earth unexposed to their partisan antics? Apparently not, as even this innocent Nerf basketball hoop has been reconfigured with a PowerMac G5 case backboard. [Cult of Mac via TUAW] » 1/19/10 9:24am 1/19/10 9:24am

1960s Braun Products Hold the Secrets to Apple's Future

The year 2008 marks the 10th Anniversary of the iMac, the computer that changed everything at Apple, hailing a new design era spearheaded by design genius Jonathan Ive. What most people don't know is that there's another man whose products are at the heart of Ive's design philosophy, an influence that permeates every » 1/14/08 10:30am 1/14/08 10:30am

Dealzmodo: Apple Restocks Refurbished Store with Laptops, Desktops, More

Looking for a new Apple computer? This may be the perfect time to spend that not-yet-received tax refund. Apple has loaded up their "Discount Store" (aka refurbished store) with iBooks, MacBooks, MacBook Pros, Mac Pros, iMacs, Power Macs, Mac Minis, displays and accessories. I've been wanting my first Mac for a long… » 1/18/07 12:14pm 1/18/07 12:14pm

Dealzmodo: Old Ass iMacs for Cheap has a boatload of old Apple iMacs with prices beginning at $58. The computers themselves, which range from 333MHz G3s to PowerMacs to 700MHz G3s aren't that useful as actual computers anymore, but it could be a nice addition for that nostalgic Apple fan, or they could be good for mods like an iMac ashtray or… » 10/04/06 12:30pm 10/04/06 12:30pm

Mac Pro vs. PowerMac: How much faster is it?

Anandtech took the Mac Pro through their exhaustive hardware review process, then compared it to the old PowerMac to see just how much added improvement the switch to Intel made. The results? It's definitely faster as long as you're not using Rosetta to run non-universal binary applications. » 8/18/06 6:20pm 8/18/06 6:20pm

Mac Pro Trademark Filed By Apple

With the MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac and Mac Mini all converted to Intel processors, the only item left for Apple in its computer line is the Power Mac desktops. Now, Apple's filed for the "Mac Pro" trademark, which means there's 99.999% certainty that the high-end machines are going to sport this monicker. » 5/24/06 8:21pm 5/24/06 8:21pm

More Apple Stuff in the Works?

Ok, we're done with Apple for today after this post. We'll cover kitchen timers or something, because I'm all Jobs'ed out. Anyway, expect PowerMac and PowerBook updates soon because Apple is pulling its retail force together for another update on the 15th, which means there may be a smaller announcement later this… » 10/13/05 11:16am 10/13/05 11:16am