In recent years, many pros have started feeling like Apple’s jilted girlfriend. Through no fault of their own, the love just seemed to fade.
Anyone looking for a full breakdown and comparison of the entire MacBook lineup: I've put together a pretty comprehensive comparison between every model, every option, specs, etc. with information from Apple and around the internet. Screenshot shown and public Google doc linked here:
When you go sky-diving, there's that all-important business of making sure you don't slam into the ground, but you also have to make sure you don't slam into anything protruding out of it. This pair of urban wingsuit daredevils who dove into Rio de Janeiro came damn close to the latter when they zipped through a…
I love thermal imaging more than a Predator and almost as much as I love the new MacBook Pro Retina. So I made this little GIF animation with thermal images from Japanese blog IT Media, showing how hot Apple's coolest computer gets under maximum stress.
Action cams have always sounded great. Just strap them to a bike, a surfboard, a car, or a helmet, and record a ride from the daredevil's POV. Now they're getting fancy, with full 1080p HD recording, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. So which is the right one to capture your classic runs and epic wipeouts?
The next-generation MacBook Pro 2012 may be just around the corner: multiple Apple resellers are reporting some of the current models as out of stock, including J&R and Best Buy. In fact, the latter is not accepting online orders at this point.
Chatting with all your friends on your phone usually can mean switching between five IM clients at once. Well, today you can save a few bucks by chatting in the one IM client to rule them… okay, sorry about that. Plus: keep an eye on the stars for free and go hunting for Bambi and all his woodland friends. I hear…
It looks like Intel's 22nm 3D "Tri-Gate" Ivy Bridge—successor to the Sandy Bridge chipset—isn't going to be ready until March or April of next year, according to a report from Swedish website Sweclockers. That'll probably be too late to make it into a super-thin Macbook Pro refresh.
Holy crud. While it's just a benchmark test and those don't accurately reflect yadda yadda yadda YOU GUYS. The 1.7GHz Core i5 13-inch MBA just blew the door off of last year's 2.67GHz Core i7 17-inch MacBook Pro on GeekBench. And did more than twice as well as last year's tricked 13-inch Air. That is bonkers.
Joshua Kaufman claims his MacBook was lifted from his Oakland, California apartment and the police aren't doing a thing to help him get his stolen property back. Just like the others before him, Kaufmann has a theft tracking app installed on his Mac and is posting up pictures of the alleged thief . Using Hidden,…
The latest Apple patent indicates future MacBooks will have touch-sensitive technology on their external casing. Apple dreamed up some grand ideas as to how this might be used Media playback controls? On/off button? iPhone sync? Possibly, but judging from this HIGHLY PRECISE diagram shown above, it mostly just looks…
Dell's WP7 phone may have gotten a name downgrade—Dell Venue Pro just doesn't have quite the cachet of Lightning—but after some hands on time, the slider at least looks and feels every bit as promising as we'd hoped.
Canon just quietly announced a Studio Version of the Canon EOS 7D, adding a slew of security features for pros who (begrudgingly) share their camera. It'll also read barcode information and store it in a shot's EXIF data.
The new Mac Pros fit up to two (Westmere) 4-core Xeon processors, sure, but if you've got the inclination, you can load up on dual 6-core Intel Xeon processors, or 12 cores of power. As for the design? That's unchanged.
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It's kind of amazing how much Apple got right yesterday—and what they got wrong: Their product lines are completely scrambled. The Pro designation has become meaningless and $99 iPhones look just like $499 iPhones.