• Apple

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    In a surprise move, Apple has made Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard available again on Apple.com. They had removed the product entirely from the online store sometime earlier this year. With its return, Apple has dropped the price to $19.99, down from the original price in 2009 of $29.99. ...
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    Apple brought out a slew of new products last week, including a spec bump to Ivy Bridge CPUs on the Mac mini. Many people don't know that the Mac mini "desktop" houses a low power mobile CPU and mobile graphics, making it basically a laptop in disguise. So what's the performance difference between a mobile Ivy Bridge CPU and a desktop Ivy Bridge CPU? ...
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    This week's Apple announcement saw the release of new iMacs with Ivy Bridge CPUs. So what does this mean for us?
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    Great news! Instead of following the liveblogs, we can all watch today's Apple event live as it happens! Unlike events past, Apple is providing a live feed to any Mac, iOS device, and Apple TV. We'll be following this event closely for news on the rumored iPad mini, 13" Retina MacBook Pro, and Ivy Bridge versions of the iMac, and Mac Mini. Enjoy the show!
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    Apple has just sent out invitations to a special media event on October 23rd stating "We've got a little more to show you." Rumor has it that the event, which is at 10AM PST/1PM EST in San Jose, CA will focus on announcement an iPad mini, but recently reports have mentioned an Ivy Bridge refresh of the Mac mini and iMac. Also the company may release a 13" Retina display MacBook Pro to accompany the 15" model released a few months back.
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