Apple Has Patented a Crumb-Resistant Keyboard
Finally, some good news for messy eaters.
The 5-Year Quest to Unglue the MacBook Pro’s Battery
Years of chemical engineering has resulted in a solution that dissolves Apple's adhesive—and empowers DIY fixers.
Holy Shit, the New iMacs Have Upgradable RAM and CPUs
The shift back to user-upgradable parts suggests that Apple is finally beginning to listen to consumers who don’t want to buy disposable electronics.
The 2012 Non-Retina MacBook Pro Is Still the Best Laptop Apple Sells
It’s heavy, thick, and totally upgradable and customizable.
A Professional Computer Refurbisher Turns Broken MacBooks Into Glitch Art
Most broken LCDs look ugly. But when you repair thousands of them, sometimes they stand out.
Vaio PCs Are Returning to the US, at Twice the Price of a Mac
The company is hoping to woo creative professionals away from Apple.
What Do You Do With a Stolen ID? Buy MacBooks, Apparently
Real creative, thieves. You could have had a jetski!