Apple Mac G4 Cube, 17" Monitor, Mac OS X
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Steve Jobs ura mouse-ul cu butoane, a schimbat accidental modul in care privim aceste produse | iDevice.ro
Steve Jobs ura produsele complicate, nu era un fan al mouse-urilor care sunt complicate si au foarte multe butoane, asa ca la inceputul anului 2000 a ales din greseala un nou tip de mouse, complet diferit fata de ceea ce exista pe piata.
A brief history of the company that changed the computing world forever. Includes specifications, a description and pictures of every Apple computer ever made.
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Decade-Old G4 Cube Gets Updated, Runs Leopard, Looks Amazing | Cult of Mac
Feast your eyes on this gorgeous combination of old and new, as photographed and (at least in part) brought bang up-to-date by Pedro Moura Pinheiro. It's
Apple Computer Inc. (Cupertino, Calif.)
The story of Apple has a simple beginning: Steve Wozniak (Woz) designs and builds a complete, inexpensive microcomputer in a Los Altos, Calif., garage. His friend Steve Jobs sees its potential and convinces Woz to found a company to sell his creation. That computer, now called the Apple 1, caused a small sensation when demonstrated at…
Steve Jobs on Why He Wore Turtlenecks
Steve Jobs's black turtlenecks helped make him the world's most recognizable CEO. But the Apple co-founder wouldn't have worn them if his employees had accepted the nylon jacket he proposed as a corporate uniform instead. Before he died, Jobs himself explained his sartorial signature to biographer Walter Isaacson, in an interview published for the first time below.
Remembering the Amstrad CPC 464
When Alan Sugar’s Amstrad bought out the Sinclair brand, the 8-bit world gave forth a bit of a shudder; after all, our precious Spectrum was now part of the company that made those strange, really long computers with the funny green screen.
Is the new compact iPod good or bad for music? And Why?
What do you use ipods for? Is it for workout music? Or is just to download good music or my ipod? Surely everyone has some form of ipod these days. They are essentials tools for commuting, exercising, plugging into the car stereo system, catching...
Old Mac of the Month: Macintosh IIci – 512 Pixels
Editor’s Note: This month’s submission is written by Jeff Geerling. He writes a blog named Life is Prayer and hails from just north of me, up in St. Louis, MO. If you’d like to sh…