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Apple's wilderness years

Published in Business

Some 30 years after the Macintosh debuted in a jaw dropping commercial that still sets the standards for such things, the cult of Apple shows no sign of diminishing. What tends to be forgotten though is that Steve Jobs was ousted from his own company soon after and that Apple very nearly didn't make it into the 21st century. Andy Stout charts the company's wilderness years

Emotional Apple Ad shows how far consumer technology has come

Published in Audio

In our lifetimes, things have changed more than we can easily imagine

Apple makes quarterly statemements on its commercial progress during the year. There are often hints about future directions contained in these legally-necessary announcements. Keith Stewart reports

Guest author Daniel G. Roberts breaks down the value of a new iMac 5K against a Mac Pro system, in terms of Geekbench scores and specs.

Sapphire Technology have announced the release of the first new Mac Pro compatible graphics card for a long time, the Radeon HD 7950

Is the Mac Pro really for professionals?

Published in Technology & Computing

An overpriced vanity machine engineered for looks over utility - or the answer to your 4K prayers?

The new Mac Pro is a video editing monster, with specifications that have never been seen before, and all packed into a miniature cylinder. This is RedShark's definitive report on Apple's Fall event

Once again, a Kickstarter project yields a fascinating, ingenious product: CENTR, a camera with a diameter less than a coaster that shoots panoramic full 360-degree video in HD...or is it 4k?

We've had a few articles recently talking about the power of Thunderbolt and whether it's possible to make an external graphics card work with it

Is this how 4K is coming to the living room?

Published in Business

Is the first 4K device in people's living rooms going to be a computer monitor?

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