The HP Slate 500 tablet is red meat for technology fanboys on both sides of the ongoing Mac vs. PC debate
Since Apple released the Mac App Store guidelines similar to those for iOS, there has been a fair bit of criticism going around. Here are some of the criticisms I've seen and why they're wrong (or at the very least probably shortsighted).
Apple's Back to the Mac event yesterday was preceded by plenty of speculation. Some of it was dead on -- such as predictions of revamped MacBook Air models.
You'd think grown men would have better things to do than squabble like rabid squirrels fighting over a Brazil nut.
The new MacBook Air is certainly a great improvement over previous models. However, there were a few notable oversights in the new models that I’m sure a lot of people are disappointed about. Here are a few of them, and the reasons behind Apple’s omissions.
Durring Apple’s “Back to the Mac” event on Wednesday, CEO Steve Jobs debuted what he described as a much-requested piece of software: FaceTime for Mac.
In the world of Apple, 2010 has been the year of mobile. There was in fact so much activity on the Apple mobile front, you might have forgotten they were once a computer company. That’s why Apple’s special media event being held tomorrow is aptly titled “Back to the Mac”- to remind us that “Hey, we still make computers too!”
The Apple iPad has gained traction in the corporate world, but it remains to be seen if there's a place in the boardroom for the rumored new MacBook Air.
Microsoft promises a public beta version by the end of the year