Every Tuesday at 4.50pm, you can use your favourite radio app (such as the official RadioApp) to listen to Canberra's Radio 2CC 1206AM to hear Alex talking with Canberra Live host Leon Delaney on interesting tech topics of the week thus far!
In my hands and in use at various times during the past 48 hours, the MacBook Air with M1 processor is super fast, has great battery life, runs a wide range of iPhone and iPad apps, has no cooling fan and even makes Office 365 run without the "Intel beachball of slowdown pain".
While Macs aren't yet equipped with touchscreens or Pencil compatibility, the new M1 processor blows away Intel processors in a new Mac mini, MacBook Pro 13-inch and a brand new and completely fanless MacBook Air, while macOS 11 Big Sur arrives this week, too!
Apple has simplified its 2019 MacBook line-up by removing the 12-inch model and the MacBook Pro without TouchBar, while reducing the MacBook Air's price and more.
I have been using MacBook Air laptops for several years now and I like them much better than anything in the Windows space. However, my experience has been far from problem-free and I am angry at what I believe is a deceptive business practice designed to screw money out of loyal users.
Apple has launched new MacBook Air, Mac mini and iPad Pro models in Brooklyn overnight, with the most notable feature for all three being elevated prices.
Apple's latest Mac operating system, macOS Mojave 10.14, can now be downloaded, offering a range of features including Dark Mode, the first iOS apps to be ported to the Mac and plenty more!
macOS Sierra, the successor to OS X El Capitan, was announced overnight, but Apple is dropping support for multiple Mac models.
It was cold and dark. I awoke with a start. What a nightmare! Someone was trying to force me to use an iPhone as my personal computer!
Lest anybody be under any illusions that my past article was an endorsement of the madness that appears to have taken hold of Apple, let me be clear. Whatever Cook & Co may be thinking, the iPad Pro will never be a replacement for a MacBook or any other Mac. In fact, it’s not even a replacement for the iPad.
A little more than two years ago, Apple took its first steps towards being the leader in the next phase of computing – the mobile desktop.
While everybody is ruminating over the death of the laptop and prognosticating that the Mac successor should be an oversized iPad, is it possible that they’re all missing the obvious?
Apple’s yearly Worldwide Developer Conference for 2015 has been announced, with sought-after tickets to be issued to developers through a random selection process.
Apple’s 94 minute March 2015 ‘Spring Forward’ keynote is a MUST-SEE tour de force that includes Force Touch on the Apple Watch and new MacBook range and much, much more.
Apple’s new 12-inch, super-thin, fanless Intel Core M powered MacBook is coming 10 April 2015, with Retina display and much more - even silver, space grey and gold colours.
Apple has a ‘special event’ planned for 9 March 2015 (10 March in OZ): Apple Watch expected to launch, new MacBook Air too?
Apple sources have leaked details of what the upcoming MacBook Air 12-inch redesign could look like, but is this Apple raising a trial balloon or pre-warning this is what’s coming no matter what?
An online blog claimed to have a photo of perennial Apple cloner Xiaomi’s new MacBook Air clone, and even before it appears to have been outed as a hoax, I had my suspicions.
"The best laid schemes o' mice an' men gang aft agley" according to Robert Burns, but even when things go seriously awry there can still be a happy ending.
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