New ENERGY STAR Certification rules

July 27, 2007

On July 20th, ENERGY STAR’s new specifications for computers went into effect. Apple currently does not have one computer that meets the new requirements.

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First iPhone Class-Action Suite Against Apple and AT&T

July 27, 2007

It was bound to happen. It seems that a guy called Trujillo has been the first to file a class-action suite against Apple and AT&T because of the iPhone. The reason? You guessed it, it's the battery. Read all about this Mickey Mouse lawsuit, including the entire complaint text, after the jump.

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U.S. DOT considers switch to Mac, Linux

March 5, 2007

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has banned Windows Vista, Office 2007, and Internet Explorer 2007 from its offices, and is considering switching its operations to Macs and PCs running Novell's SuSe Linux. The DOT enacted the ban in mid-January, according to one blogger, because certain applications essential to the agency's function can

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How Big is Too Big?

May 11, 2005

Dell planning a 19-inch notebook | News.blog | CNET News.com

How Big is Too Big for a Laptop screen, Yesterday I got my 17 inch G4 Powerbook delivered to my doorstep. Now this is my first laptop but as a computer users for 15 years now (god now I feel old, and I'm only 25) I think I know what I want in a screen.

I don't want to go from my desktop (which is 17 inches) which has a nice resolution and displays webpages without having to scroll horizontally, to a laptop that has something under 17 inches and my screen layouts are not what I'm used to using.

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