Apple’s Mac Pro Starts Shipping Tomorrow

The tube-shaped maxed-out Mac starts at $2,999.

After Hacking Attack, Apple’s Dev Center Site Is Up and Running Again

Thank you for your patience, developers.

Will Apple Switch the Mac to ARM? Why the Rumors Do — And Don’t — Ring True.

It could be done. Apple would first have to design chips that are substantially better than what it’s getting from Intel. No small task, that.

How to Find Out if Your Mac Is in the Infected 1 Percent

Kasperky Labs launches a Web-based tool to detect and remove the infamous Flashfake malware. Still no sign of the long-predicted security apocalypse on the Mac.

Mac App Store Downloads Break the 100 Million Mark

So many people said it wouldn’t work, and yet it appears that it has.

Say, When Did Apple Become an Enterprise Company?

When Tim Cook rattles off a list of iPhone- and iPad-using companies, it says a lot about how far Apple has come without having a formal enterprise strategy.

Earnings Preview: That’s One Big, Powerful Apple

With its latest quarterly earnings report, Apple stands ready to demonstrate once again why it’s the strongest and most valuable company in the world.

Apple’s Lion and Microsoft’s Windows 8 Both Show Mobile’s Influence

With their next computer operating systems, both Microsoft and Apple are trying to capture the best of mobile operating systems and bring it to desktops and laptops. However, the two have honed in on different aspects of what makes a mobile OS great.

Seven Questions for Rajen Sheth, Who Wants To Put Chrome OS on Your Desktop

The man who challenged Microsoft Office with Google Apps now has his sights set on a bigger and even more impossible-seeming goal: Challenging Windows for dominance of the enterprise desktop.

No iPhone at WWDC 2011

If you’d been hoping to see some new hardware at Apple’s 2011 Worldwide Developers Conference, you might want to recalibrate your expectations. The company announced dates for the event this morning-–Monday, June 6 through Friday, June 10–-and the design and wording of the announcement all suggest this year’s WWDC is largely focused on software, not hardware.

Psyonara, Pt. III


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