The redesigned 13-inch MacBook is essentially a shrunken version of the more expensive 15-inch Pro line. With its new aluminum body, new trackpad, and Nvidia graphics, it's an attractive choice for mainstream laptop buyers.
(Posted in CNET Reviews by Dan Ackerman) October 16, 2008
Buried at the end of Tuesday's notebook event, CEO Steve Jobs makes clear what direction he won't be going next time his company makes another Mac announcement.
(Posted in Apple by Erica Ogg) October 15, 2008 4:00 AM PDT
Apple says its new MacBooks are among the greenest in the industry. Environmental experts are pleased, but still have questions on recycling and on greenhouse gas emissions.
(Posted in Apple by Elinor Mills) October 14, 2008 6:09 PM PDT
Each laptop is geared toward a certain kind of user. These users, in turn, each likely have a primary feature they want out of a laptop: portability, power, or price.
The downside of Apple lock-in: no matte screens (Posted in Crave by Matt Hickey) October 14, 2008 5:29 PM PDT
Gamers and analysts indicate that Apple has made great strides, but that it still hasn't reached the upper echelons of gaming computers.
(Posted in Gaming and Culture by Daniel Terdiman) October 14, 2008 3:04 PM PDT
The Mac maker throws some more verbal shots at Vista, but it fails to deliver the sub-$800 punch that could have really left Redmond hurting. (Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried) October 14, 2008 1:48 PM PDT