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New, 11.6-inch MacBook Air starts at $999
Not one to disappoint, Steve Jobs unveiled two new MacBook Air notebooks during his Back to the Mac event today: one with a 13.3" display...
Mac Steam client arrives, Portal offered for free
Who ever said Macs can't play games? Valve released the Mac OS X version of its Steam client earlier this afternoon, allowing users of...
Apple's iPad debuts: a giant iPod touch for $499
Not one to disappoint, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled his company's latest creation during this morning's press event. Dubbed iPad, the new device has...
Apple refreshes iMac, MacBook, Mac mini systems
On the heels of its record-breaking financial results, Apple has revamped its consumer Mac line with new, larger-screened iMacs, a polycarbonate unibody MacBook, and...
Apple's aluminum keyboard
Can low-profile chiclet keys, sleek industrial design, and an Apple logo make a good desktop keyboard? And can such a device pry a fan...
Apple's aluminum MacBook
Last month, I succumbed to temptation and purchased a $1,299 aluminum MacBook. As a die-hard fan of Lenovo's ThinkPad line of laptops, I didn't make...
|Building a custom Xbox Adaptive Controller peripheral, part three||1|
|Rumor: Nvidia readies up GDDR5X-equipped GeForce GTX 1060||22|
|Gigabyte's Z390 Aorus Extreme has everything and two sinks||4|
|Intel's Core i9-9900K CPU reviewed||193|
|Chocolate Cupcake Day Shortbread||14|
|Thursday deals: a Samsung 970 EVO 500-GB SSD for $133 and more||9|
|HyperX's Savage Exo 480-GB external SSD reviewed||7|
|Samsung takes EUV lithography into production for its 7-nm LPP node||31|
|Crucial P1 solid-state drives bring NVMe closer to Joe Sixpack||41|
|I always feel like such an idiot when a new CPU review comes out. Edit: Also, Jeff's photo is completely amazing, but I couldn't help myself and had t...||+28|