You know this was coming. With the premium Surface line being the culmination of its visions for software, Microsoft was never shy about its intentions to compete on hardware with the best in the industry, namely Apple. The company has arguably outdone itself with the ... Read more
Comparing tech specs between devices does not show a complete story, however they can be nice when getting a general feel on how different devices stack up. Frequently, individuals are choosing between a few different devices when making their decisions ... Read more
You’d think that because Apple designs both the hardware and the software that runs on it, they would work together in perfect harmony. That isn’t the case it seems, as Windows 10 runs better on the new MacBook than OSX ... Read more
Microsoft has silently launched a new website that helps Apple MacBook users make the switch to Surface Pro 3. The website is straightforward and offers basic Windows tips, answers to various questions, how to move your content to your Surface, ... Read more
Microsoft has rolled out a new video advertisement promoting the Surface Pro 3 by adding a bit of holiday cheer to it. In the tune of 'Winter Wonderland,' the new video advertisement has the Surface Pro 3 up against the ... Read more
Apple has decided to use Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge processors in its MacBook line, a transition
If the new MacBooks are the "future of notebooks," as Apple CEO Steve Jobs proclaimed, that future is off to a good start. For Apple, that is.
ChangeWave Research said this week that Apple is seeing a surge of interest in its MacBooks, driven by the two MacBook Air lines announced in October. A whopping 36 percent of buyers planning to buy laptops say they'll purchase a MacBook, a jump of 11 points since a previous survey a month ago, ChangeWave said...
How-To Geek: After using my new Macbook Air for the last week, it's almost painful to switch back to
Ordinarily, the release of a single ultraportable Mac should not be reason for Redmond to quake in i