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With Intel’s next-generation Haswell processors set to launch in a matter of weeks and WWDC to kick off soon after, availability of Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Air had begun to dry up at major authorized resellers.
The Dissection Of A Vintage Mac
You want one box to manage all of your local and online media. Could the Mac mini be that box? Chris Breen says the answer could be yes if you’re technically inclined, but maybe not for the whole family.
(1999) Steve Jobs Introduces The World to WiFi
One Of Only 6 Working Apple I Computers Going Up For Auction In Germany
iMac G4 Lamp
Computer Chronicles Video (1998) - The New iMac G3 & More
A Preview of the Apple Pop-Up Museum
The Apple Pop-Up Museum will be on display in Atlanta, GA on Saturday April 20 and Sunday April 21 as part of the Vintage Computer Festival Southeast event. Admission is $10 per day or $15 for both days.
Steve Wozniak : College Prankster (1984)
In this recently unearthed video from 1984, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak confesses to electronically jamming TV sets in a college classroom and dorm during his days at the University of Colorado.
This is part of a speech recorded Oct. 4, 1984 at the Colorado School of Mines as Wozniak spoke to the Denver Apple Pi computer club
Steve Wozniak Forced to Quit Job at HP (1984)
Long Lost Video: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak tells the story of the creation of Apple as a company. “A company means you have chairs and telephones,” says Woz. Steve Jobs was running Apple out of his house. Upon landing their first $250,000 investment, Woz feels forced to quit his job at HP.
Steve Wozniak Gets Probation (1984)
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak tells a funny story about how he was put on probation for computer abuse while attending the University of Colorado.
This is from part of a speech Woz gave to the Denver Apple Pi computer club at the Colorado School of Mines on Oct. 4, 1984.
Mac game developers Aspyr announced today that it will be bringing Bioshock Infinite to the Mac following its release on PC and consoles next week on March 26. It will take Aspyr until the summer to get the third instalment in the Bioshcok series up and running on OS X, but the company promised us more details on pricing, preorders, and release dates in the near future. The game follows lead character Booker DeWitt and takes place in the lost, floating city of Columbia. It’s the first title in the series that doesn’t take place under water and also sees the return of the game’s original developer Ken Levine. (9to5 Mac)
Before The Simpsons Matt Groening Helped Apple Sell Computers
The original Apple operation manual for the original Apple computer. The Apple I launched in 1976 and was priced at $666.66. Only 200 units were ultimately produced, but scarcity breeds demand — a working Apple I sold at auction in November 2012 for $650,000.