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Using Safari On A MacBook Helps Improve Battery Life

07/31/2015, Chrome is a great browser, especially if you’re a heavy user of Google’s products and services. However its performance on Apple’s OS X platform is not particularly great and it has been found to be something of a battery drain. Now if you’re...

IBM Reportedly Plans To Buy Up To 200k MacBooks For Employees

07/31/2015, Last year Apple and IBM announced a partnership in which it would see Apple make a bigger push in the enterprise market. Earlier this year, IBM was reportedly planning on purchasing as many as 50k MacBooks to give out to employees by the end of 2015, but...

Greece’s Financial Crisis Results In Mac Buying Frenzy

07/08/2015, Even if finance isn’t your your forte, chances are you might have heard about Greece’s current financial situation. The country is close to bankruptcy and as it stands, it seems that there is a very good chance that country could be ejected from the...

Branch Kickstarter Adds More Ports To Your 12-inch Retina MacBook

06/29/2015, If there is a criticism that can be made about the new 12-inch Retina MacBook is Apple’s decision to do away with all the ports, save for a USB Type-C connector which will act as the port to power the laptop and port to connect external devices like...

Hub+ USB-C For 12-inch MacBook Raises Over $600k

06/08/2015, Earlier last month we brought news that there was an accessory in the works called the Hub+. This is an accessory designed for USB Type-C computers like Apple’s new 12-inch Retina MacBook where there is only one port. The idea is to offer up a hub that...

Apple’s New MacBook Can Be Charged Using A Power Bank

04/20/2015, Many lamented the lack of ports on Apple’s new 12-inch Retina MacBook. In fact many also lamented the fact that it no longer used the MagSafe charger which many MacBook owners have gotten to know and love over the years, instead the new laptop relied on...

Apple’s 12-inch MacBook Is Its Least Repairable Model Yet

04/16/2015, Last month Apple unveiled their latest laptop in the form of the 12-inch Retina MacBook. This is probably one of Apple’s more compact laptops to date which is also largely thanks to the fact that it does not have any moving parts inside of it. There are...

Apple’s SVP Of Retail Wants Customers To Shop Online

04/07/2015, It’s something of tradition for Apple to have customers queue up on the launch day of their products, although generally speaking this tends to be reserved for Apple’s mobile devices like the iPhone which is usually a fast-selling item. However over...

12-inch MacBook Benchmarks On Par With 2011 MacBook Air

04/01/2015, Last month Apple unveiled their new 12-inch MacBook and safe to say that it was designed for maximum portability and mobility, as opposed to being a powerhouse laptop, which is why when the benchmarks for the laptop made its way online, it did not come as...

New Apple 12” MacBook Gets Unboxed In Vietnam

04/01/2015, The early bird gets the worm, or so the saying goes, but how early exactly must the bird be in order to catch the worm while it is still burrowed in the ground? That is a question to be asked where the all new 12” MacBook is concerned, since it has yet...

MacBook Case Lets You Decorate It With LEGO Bricks

03/30/2015, There are a variety of cases designed for the MacBook series of laptops from Apple. Some are designed to be protective cases, while some are merely decorative. If you’re after a case that will offer the latter feature, then you might be interested in...

Windows 7 In Boot Camp No Longer Supported By Apple’s New MacBooks

03/20/2015, As much as some users love OS X, there are some softwares that aren’t available for the platform which is why they might have to turn to Boot Camp to install Windows to allow them to run said software. Unfortunately if you’re still refusing to upgrade...

Did Apple Invent USB Type-C? John Gruber Certainly Thinks So

03/13/2015, When Apple announced the new 12-inch Retina MacBook, many were surprised by the lack of ports save for the single USB Type-C (Apple calls it USB-C) port on the computer. It was surprising because not only will this take users a lot of getting used to, but...