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Articles tagged with: powermac

Hulu Gives In To Apple’s Demands

Hulu recently modified its login screen for its Hulu Plus platform for Apple’s iOS. If you don’t see much of a difference in the modification, you’re right. Hulu simply took off the URL that linked back to their site to non-users who may be interested in signing up for Hulu Plus.

In essence, Apple doesn’t want people linking back to other sites, and from my guess, buying or using another product or service. By doing this, Apple is able to keep users in their own little bubbles-especially Mac users who are not too savvy and aren’t comfortable using Google (it’s okay, not everyone is).

Opinion: Chromebooks Will Fail

According to a posting from Macworld, Chrome notebooks are due to fail. Before you think, ugh, this is a posting from MacWorld, it was originally written by Tony Bradley from PCWorld. Whether Bradley is an Apple informant or undercover spy, it is interesting to read the three reasons he notes for chromebook’s doomsday. Bradley notes the importance of the Internet and how much we rely on the Internet for everyday computing.

Apple’s Next Generation Keyboard- Leaked

If you’re reading this blog right now, you’ve used a keyboard. While keyboards do not differ a whole lot, they do carry subtle changes. Some are thinner, thicker, illuminated, black, white, glossy, matte, corded, wireless, you get the point. According to a recent patent filed by Apple, it looks like the company known for its innovation is working on a keyboard that is not only thinner but offers the same comfort provided by a full-sized keyboard.

How does Apple create a product that produces the same tactile feedback that users are accustomed to feeling on a regular keyboard? Simple, Apple will make air flow out from the keyboards. The idea is that the air blowing out…

Google Works On Addiction To Adobe Flash

Google announced yesterday that it has added Flash support to its Instant Previews feature even though it is cautioned against using Adobe’s plugin too heavily. With support for Flash, users will be able to use a regular web browser to see a Flash-heavy, website’s animations, layout, and videos in the quick view sidebar instead of having plugin errors. The method would implement whenever a website’s details were scraped by Google’s bots but would also be turned off when the preview had to be generated on-demand.

Microsoft’s New Campaign: Do The Math

Microsoft has just launched a new ad campaign called Do The Math. The website compares Apple computers to Windows counterparts and shows the large price differences for the same exact specs. What confuses me is why this campaign was launched in 2011 and not 2002. Apple has been selling overpriced computers ever since they got fancy.