Boston University is seeking a ban on all iPhone, iPad, and MacBook Air sales based on a patent dating back 22 years ago that runs out in two years.
They may look the same, but these MacBook Airs are a whole lot more powerful and efficient.
Editor’s Pick Apple is holding one of its most anticipated events today, and we’re live at Moscone watching for Mac hardware updates, iOS 7, and maybe even Apple’s radio product.
Toshiba’s new flagship Ultrabook is aimed at grabbing the high-end of the market.
Apparently, Apple sells more than products preceded by the letter ”I.”
A number of Macbook Pro and Macbook Air owners are reporting that the Mountain Lion OS X upgrade is behaving like a (non-sparkling) vampire by sucking the life out of their machine’s battery.
A spate of crashing new MacBook Air laptops running Google’s Chrome browser had the tech conspiracists in a tizzy, what with the frenemies relationship between iPhone-maker Apple and Android-creator Google. But the root cause of the problem turns out to be much more mundane: the MacBook’s graphic accelerator.
Samsung announced the redesigned Samsung Series 9 and Series 5 laptops, two slim, light and smart-looking notebooks that will challenge Apple’s Macbook Air head-on. The company debuted the laptops Monday at CES 2012 in Las Vegas.
Apple will launch refreshed models of the popular MacBook Air laptop in the first quarter of 2012, including a new 15-inch model, according to a Digitimes report.
[vimeo 32551196 w=640 h=360] When you think of cool, innovative technology, docking stations aren’t the first things that come to mind. But a young startup called InfiniWing has built an impressive add-on for Apple’s wildly popular MacBook Air laptop that could turn some heads.
Hewlett-Packard introduced its first business-focused Ultrabook laptop today as it chases after Apple’s vaunted MacBook Air.
It’s thin, it’s light, and it makes up nearly a third of Apple’s laptop shipments.
HP will soon be manufacturing Ultrabooks, the super-light, super-slim computers that will compete with Apple’s MacBook Air.
Asus kicked off its first lineup of ultraportable MacBook Air killers today at a New York City event, dubbed ZenBooks for their balance of beauty and strength.
Editor's Pick Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs passed away Wednesday at the age of 56, but during his time at Apple’s helm, he brought world an incredible array of visionary products that he helped design and create.
There’s been a lot of talk about how Intel’s Ultrabook laptop platform is aimed at killing off the MacBook Air, or at least making it affordable for the rest of humanity. Toshiba isn’t fessing up to that goal, but it is unveiling its first Ultrabook today.
Intel said today it has created a $300 million fund to invest in “ultrabook” computers, which it considers to be the next revolution in personal computers.
Even though Acer’s founder doesn’t think much of tablets or ultrabooks (super thin and portable laptops), that’s not stopping the company from taking a stab at making those devices.
Acer founder Stan Shih has been out of the tech limelight since he retired in 2004, but that’s not stopping him from laying the smackdown on newfangled devices like tablets and ultrabooks (extremely thin laptops like the MacBook Air).
When Apple refreshed its line of MacBook Airs and Mac minis today, the company also quietly removed its $999 13-inch white MacBook from its store. Now the least expensive MacBook that Apple offers is the updated $999 11.6-inch MacBook Air.
Apple is expected to launch refreshed Mac Pro and Macbook Air computers along with the debut of the company’s new Lion operating system later this week, according to leaked product numbers obtained by 9to5Mac.
It looks like it’s time for a new Macbook Air model.
Apple’s sexy ultrathin MacBook Air is expected to lead the way for Mac sales. The company may ship over 8 million MacBook Air units in this quarter, double the 3.76 million combined Mac sales it had in the second quarter, Taiwanese news site Digitimes reports.
Apple plans to wait until its new Lion operating system is out in July before releasing new MacBook Air models loaded with refreshed hardware, according to a report by AppleInsider. Just a week ago, reports were circulating that Apple would likely release refreshed Airs in June.
Several signs are pointing to Apple refreshing its MacBook Air ultraportable lineup soon — perhaps as soon as this Wednesday.
Asus debuted its new UX21 ultrathin laptop today at the Computex conference in Taipei. The device has an aluminum alloy body, weighs 2.4 lbs and is 17mm thick. It also boasts a SATA III SSD, USB 3.0 connectivity, the ability to hibernate for a week and a CPU that can be specced up to Core i7.
If you’re holding out for Apple to refresh its Macbook Air ultraportable laptop, you may not have to wait much longer. Apple is preparing to upgrade the Macbook Air with Intel’s new Sandy Bridge processors and ultra-fast Thunderbolt interface in June or July, Taiwanese supply chain sources tell Digitimes.