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Mac Clone Maker May Take Apple Case to Supreme Court

A U.S. appellate court this week rejected an appeal by Mac clone maker Psystar in a long-running case related to copyright infringement of Apple's Mac OS X.

Analyst Raises Apple Product Sales Estimates

Goldman Sachs suggests sales of the iPhone, iPad and Mac "could sharply exceed our prior expectations," according to a report.

New Mac Malware Poses as PDF Doc

Security firms Friday warned Mac users of a new Trojan horse that masquerades as a PDF document.

Apple Wants to Put USB 3.0 alongside Thunderbolt in Future Macs

Apple is reportedly considering support for the USB 3.0 standard in its forthcoming Mac products.

One in Six Macs Runs OS X Lion

One in six Macs now runs Apple's latest operating system, a Web metrics company says.


Steve Jobs In Pictures

We take a look back at the life of tech visionary Steve Jobs from the early days of the Apple II to the introduction of the iPad and beyond.

7 Ways Tim Cook’s Apple Can Serve Small Business Better

With the new CEO's focus on the business side of things, there’s an opportunity for small businesses to get some much-needed attention from Apple.

The Last Time Apple Was Without Jobs

Investors and Apple fans hope that Jobs's departure as CEO won't prompt the kind of slump that happened the last time he left.

Steve Jobs and Apple: The Successes and Flops

From the Lisa to the App Store, here are 11 products from Steve Jobs's tenure as Apple's CEO that made an impact--whether they succeeded or not.


New iMac for Educational Institutions is Cheap--In More Ways Than One

Note: This model of the just-refreshed iMac is not for sale to individuals.