Apple's newest Mac products have a serious audio glitching bug thanks to its T2 security chip.
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When Surface Laptop 2 debuted with the same legacy ports as its predecessor, I died a little inside. But things look better today. A lot better.
There are a few ways one might measure the performance of a laptop. You can run benchmarks. Or you can just use the thing.
Apple's new MacBook Air offers a more modern---and, yes, more expensive---take on this venerable and influential product line.
The biggest question about the new MacBook Air is how Apple's use of a middling Y-series Intel processor will impact performance.
Like many, I was looking forward to a new MacBook Air, and I had expected to buy the upgrade the moment it became available.
Intel has finally come clean on the microprocessor that Apple is using in the new MacBook Air. There's some good news and some bad news.
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Apple delivers much awaited MacBook Air with upgraded display, design, and internals.
New iPad Pro, MacBook upgrades inbound. And an iPad Mini. Apparently.
Apple reportedly launching new MacBook Air and Mac Mini later this year, along with three new iPhones, Apple Watches, and iPad Pros.
After using my MacBook Air exclusively during my trip to Seattle for Build, I'm looking forward to returning to Windows.
I'm taking a Mac to Build 2018, and you're never going to believe what happens next.
The current MacBook Air dates back to 2010, a testament to its iconic design and durability. It could be easily refreshed into a modern wonder.
Microsoft's beleaguered Surface business needs a win. This isn't it.
Apple announced a slew of new products, including iOS 11, new iMac and MacBook Pros, a new iPad Pro, and a Siri-powered HomePod speaker.
Microsoft has announced a limited-time trade-up offer for MacBook users, who can receive up to $650 for their touch-less wonders when they upgrade to a more capable Surface device.