Apple on Tuesday refreshed its consumer iMac computer, with new 20-inch and 24-inch models.
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Sanyo on Thursday introduced the PLC-XW57 ultra-portable projector for the education and business markets.
Apple's iPhone surpassed the Motorola Razr as the leading handset purchased by U.S.-based adults in the third-quarter, according to a new study by market research firm The NPD Group.
Roxio released updates for its popular imaging and burning software, Toast, as well as Streamer, the company's streaming video application.
The next version of Office for Windows will contain lightweight versions of its apps that will be delivered through Web browsers. Even though the release is for Windows, Microsoft representatives confirmed for Macworld that the Office Web apps would work with Safari and Firefox.
New Zealanders now have the ability to rent and purchase movies from the iTunes Store, Apple has announced.
Social networking growth is beginning to level off in North America, but other regions of the world are just starting to jump on the bandwagon. Led by Facebook, many social networking sites are still seeing healthy growth in 2008.
Apple on Monday released Mac OS X 10.5.4 fixing several issues with iCal, AirPort, Safari, and Spaces & Expose.
A new report from market research firm DisplaySearch shows Apple’s notebook shipments grew 61 percent from the first quarter of 2007 to the first quarter of 2008. Shipments rose from almost 900,000 to just over 1.4 million.
With Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference starting tomorrow, industry analysts are putting this year's conference on a par with the release of Mac OS X and the Intel transition in terms of importance for the company.
If developer interest in iPhone sessions at <a href="http://developer.apple.com/wwdc/">Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC)</a> next week is any indication, we should see an explosion of software for the device. While the conference typically focuses on Mac programming, this year developers are <a href="http://www.macworld.com/article/133763/2008/06/wwdc.html">diving head first into iPhone applications</a>.
Apple on Monday updated its <a href="http://www.apple.com/imac/">iMac</a> consumer desktop computer, adding the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processor and more powerful graphics.
Apple's recent Mac growth has been huge, growing a whopping 60 percent in February 2008 over the same month last year.
Worldwide sales of mobile phones surpassed 1.15 billion units in 2007, according to market research firm Gartner. The company also said that three new companies entered the top ten in sales for the first time including Apple with its iPhone.
Apple on Wednesday agreed to settle a patent dispute with Burst.com, ending two years of litigation.
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