On the same day it unveiled its newest laptop, the company also announced that the new Mac Pro will ship in December.
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IBM, which has embraced Apple hardware in a big way, says the employees who use Macs are more likely to stay at the company.
Sunil Patro, founder and CEO at SignEasy, talks about Apple's commitment to the enterprise – and why India is an important part of the future.
Apple’s most important developer conference in years had plenty of news for enterprise IT, everything from new hardware to a new iPad operating system.
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Technology is about to take a big slice of the traditional banking business. Bankers have been slow to see what's coming, but they're starting to realize what's at stake.
Adobe's Creative Cloud outage inconvenienced its users, but future Cloud failures could damage the global economy.
The number of women working in technology is far below the percentage in the workforce at large, and enrollment numbers suggest that improvement isn't imminent.
Three Washington judges will decide on Thursday what royalties music publishers should get from sales through online stores like Apple's.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has promised repair for a little publicized by widely suffered bug in which a user's iPhone applications won't properly launch.
Veteran rock star, Neil Young, has slammed the iPod as a "Fisher Price toy", in which music sound quality has been dumbed down too far.
Apple's iPhone is a heart-throb among mobile application developers, at least this is how it seems.
Adobe has introduced Adobe Reader 9, ushering in new features for the PDF-reading application.
Go Wireless NZ Ltd, a value-added distributor of wireless networking and IoT (Internet of Things) solutions in New Zealand and the South Pacific since 2006; today announced a new vendor partnership with US-based Soundvision Technologies, a future-focused manufacturer of cutting-edge smart speakers and multi-zone amplifiers and parent company of TruAudio and VSSL.