Apple products, specifically Mac computers and the Mac OS X operating system, are the main subject of these articles.
My impressions of the first Safari 3 beta after using it for a couple of days, on both Mac OS X and Windows XP.
Apple’s web browser Safari is now officially available for Windows as well as for Mac OS X.
Several major updates to Web related software that I use either on a daily basis or for testing purposes were released on the same day.
I am selling my 12-inch Apple iBook G4.
Create something spectacular based on one to five stock images and win a MacPro with dual Cinema Displays, a MacBook Pro, a MacBook, or an iPod.
There are so many stylish, easy-to-use and fully featured newsreaders available for Mac OS X that it’s hard to choose one.
If I could make one single improvement to the way Mac OS X handles networking, I would make it stop littering remote volumes with .DS_Store files.
Software vendor AssistiveWare is bringing multilingual support to Apple’s VoiceOver screen reader.
Even if Apple were to give away Macs for free, there would still be fanatic Mac-haters complaining that they are expensive and overpriced.
How can we help Mac OS X users understand that there are many better web browsers available?
Higher resolution displays, longer battery life, Quad-core CPUs, new PCI architecture.
List your ten favourite shareware or freeware Mac applications.
Finally a multibutton, scroll wheel mouse from Apple.
Apple moves from PowerPC to Intel x86 processors.
Some excellent tips for syncing Macs.
It’s here. Now there’s no excuse for any web professional to not buy a Mac.
I haven’t had a laptop computer for a couple of years, and I can’t say I’ve missed having one all…