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Snow Leopard goes to number one on Amazon.com pre-order

Snow Leopard goes to number one on Amazon.com pre-order

By 3 August 2009

Apple has released its next operating system for pre-order in the States, just a couple of weeks after Microsoft did the same for its forthcoming OS. Apple's Snow Leopard OS X 10.6 and Microsoft's Windows 7 will go almost head-to-head with September and... >>

Five reasons PCs are better than Macs

Five reasons PCs are better than Macs

By 16 December 2008

In the second of two parts, we asked a Mac head and a PC bod to give their five top reasons why one system beats the other. PCs are better because: You rarely hear "not available on the PC" When was the last time you heard that the latest bit of software... >>

Five reasons Macs are better than PCs

Five reasons Macs are better than PCs

By 9 December 2008

In the first of two parts, we asked a Mac head and a PC bod to give their five top reasons why one system beats the other. Apple Macs are better because: No viruses A virus, what's that? I've been using an Apple Mac for the last 10 years and not once... >>

VIDEO: Spoof Microsoft ad attacks Leopard

VIDEO: Spoof Microsoft ad attacks Leopard

By 27 October 2008

Arguably better than Microsoft's current, celeb-endorsed, multi-million dollar efforts, this ad points a finger at Leopard's "spinning beach ball of death." >>

Apple granted dock patent

Apple granted dock patent

By 9 October 2008

Apple, with CEO Steve Jobs credited as the inventor, has been awarded a patent for the Mac operating system's "dock", an instantly recognisable feature of the software. The United States Patent and Trademark Office granted the Mac maker patent number... >>

Apple confirms "Snow Leopard" OS

By 9 June 2008

Apple has confirmed that it’s working on a new OS – entitled Snow Leopard. The confirmation came from Steve Jobs as he addressed a packed Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. The new operating system, 10.6 will be shown to developers... >>

Macworld2008: Jobs says Leopard has sold five million copies

Macworld2008: Jobs says Leopard has sold five million copies

By 15 January 2008

Steve Jobs began his keynote speech at the Macworld2008 by stating that before he looked forward to what was coming in 2008, he wanted to look back at the successes of 2007. Jobs stated that 2007 was an "extraordinary year" for Apple, with the launch... >>


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