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    The Apple Watch is Sold Out, For Some Reason

    Well, the Apple Watch is out, but not really, because now it’s sold out, as per usual for Apple products. According to 9 to 5 Mac, all models of the Apple Watch are now sold out, despite our own initial misgivings and some of the softest negative reviews the tech world has ever seen. But, […]

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    Apple Introduces Third Line of MacBook, Along With a New Gold Paint Job

    We heard rumblings about the new MacBook Air ditching ports completely while getting ever thinner and lighter, but it turns out this isn’t exactly what happened. Along with pricing and release details about the Apple Watch, Apple announced the new MacBook, a 12″ notebook that is neither MacBook Pro (more expensive) nor MacBook Air (cheaper, […]

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    Apple Watch Gets 12 Page Spread in Vogue

    Apple has an event scheduled for March 9, so it’s a foregone conclusion that the Apple Watch will be shipping out to stores and homes across the world sometime in the next month. So, now that Apple’s long-rumored smartwatch has been all researched and developed, it’s time for Apple to throw money into thing they […]

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    Apple Bumps It Up to 5K Retina Display With the New iMac

    Well, 4K had a good run as the hot ticket in town, I guess. Apple has announced a brand new iMac that sports a Retina 5120 x 2880 display, which blows away virtually every other screen you’ll find on a consumer electronics device right now. The 27″ iMac for the most part looks the same […]

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    Apple Announces the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3, Now With Touch ID

    At their event earlier today, Apple announced brand new tablets across the board, with updates to the iPad Air and iPad Mini. The big takeaways? The iPad Air lives up to its name even more than before, and Touch ID has finally come to Apple’s tablets. The iPad Air 2 will now be 6.1 mm […]

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    BluDrive Plus Hooks the Mac Pro Up With a Blu-ray Drive and 2 TB of Storage

    There’s no debating that the new Mac Pro introduced last year is a beast, but the lack of a Blu-ray drive did bum some out. Storage space—between 256 GB and 1 TB—was also a little disappointing, considering how much Mac Pros are used for heavy-duty video and audio editing and producing. Fortunately, NuMac kills two […]

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    MacBook Air Retro Sports the Apple Logo of Yesteryear

    After years of letting you paint your gadgets any way you choose, ColorWare is getting a little more creative, with new limited edition custom offerings. We first heard about this with their leopard-print Beats Pill Safari and, for some reason, a KitchenAid stand mixer. Next up is one that is sure to pull at the […]

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    Apple Watch Hands-on

    After years (and years) worth of rumors, Apple finally announced their first smartwatch today. It’s called the Apple Watch, and it sure is feature-rich, we’ll give it that. There are a lot of features to run down with the Apple Watch, far more than any other wearable device we’ve seen thus far. We’re not convinced […]

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    iTunes Song Previews Get Cut from 90 to 30 Seconds

    Looks like Apple might be getting stingy with the song previews on iTunes. MacRumors has a report about a shocking cut to song preview length, taking away the 90 seconds that were promised for longer songs, and saddling us with the old 30 second limit. Or maybe they aren’t, it’s not really clear what’s going […]

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    Highlights of Apple’s WWDC 2014 Conference – What You Need to Know

    Apple’s yearly tribute to itself went down this morning in San Francisco, and there were plenty of brand new software announcements for everyone in the iClub. WWDC 2014 saw the announcement of OS X 10.10 Yosemite and iOS 8, this year’s updates to both of Apple’s operating systems. If there was an overall theme, it […]

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    Apple Really Needs to Hire This Guy

    A lot of us have our own ideas about what we would like to see at Apple’s WWDC conference today, especially when it comes to iOS 8. And then there’s this guy, who has some very, very specific ideas about what he would like to see.

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    Looking For a Way to Tote Around Your Mac Pro?

    Think cases are just for Apple’s mobile devices? Oh, no. They go all the way up. There’s now a backpack case for you to tote your Mac Pro around, along with all your accessories. The Mac Pro fits snugly into the nylon Mac Pro Go Case, which is great, because if you just carried the […]

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    Is the Apple Store About to Get a Major Facelift?

    While iPhone sales have still been high, everything else has been looking down over at Apple. iPad sales and revenue forecasts have slowed, as have retail sales – sales grew 7 percent last year, as opposed to 33, 44, and 47 percent in the years before. But, more than anything, Apple is getting dangerously close […]

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    Satechi F1 is a Monitor Stand That Makes Sense

    So, not all of us have desks and comfortable chairs. Some don’t have the funds for that kind of furniture, some just don’t have the space. So, there’s work to be done, and beds, couches, and coffee tables to do it on. Less than comfortable – the back is bent in ways that backs should […]

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    New Apple TV Launch Imminent

    Apple is promising great things in 2014 (then again, when do they not?), and it looks an awful lot like one of them will be a brand new Apple TV according to the keen eyes at 9to5Mac. Their constant monitoring of Apple’s website has borne fruit – Apple TV, which was normally listed in the […]

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    Samsung and Google’s Patent Agreement Could Spell Trouble For Many, Not Just Apple

    If you want to look for the real world, modern-day equivalent of Game of Thrones, look no further than the tech industry today. You’ve got treachery, backstabbing, power grabs, open (patent) wars, and makeshift alliances enough to fill hundreds of books. Today, we have a particularly juicy announcement that is just loaded with subtext and […]

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    Despite Breaking Earnings Records, Apple Stock Slumps – WTH?!

    Apple has just released their financial results for Q1 of the 2014 fiscal year (so, the last quarter of 2013), and while they did set some records, not everyone is particularly pleased. Apple took in $57.6 billion in revenue last quarter, which is a new record and easily tops Q1 2013’s intake of $54.5 billion, […]

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    Jony Ive Biography Examines Deep Friendship with Steve Jobs

    Think back to the first iPod – it was truly a game-changer. Why is that? There were many mp3 players that came before it. What made the iPod take off the way it did? The answer is; it was unbelievably simple. “It was about being very focused and not trying to do too much with […]