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Apple has issued a recall for the solid-state storage used in some of its last-generation MacBook Air laptops, saying the drives may fail.
Apple has found fault with last year's batch of MacBook Airs, and is willing to replace the solid slate drives free of charge.
The company is offering replacements for 64- and 128-gigabyte storage drives in units sold between June 2012 and June 2013.
Selected owners of the new MacBook Air will try out an update designed to repair Wi-Fi connection problems, says 9to5Mac.
The CitySlicker is a stylishly slim laptop case that leaves off certain elements -- unless you want to pay for them.
A cut-price MacBook Air is on the way this summer, according to whispers up the supply chain.
In a recent interview with PC World, Intel representatives make the bold claim that new ultrabook PCs will outclass current and future iPads. Intel is wrong.
An ultra-thin 15-inch MacBook Pro or MacBook Air is on the cards -- it could either be the biggest Air or the skinniest Pro.
It boots, but doesn't play music.
Acer's Ultrabook debuted at $899, proving that an extremely thin Windows laptop built with high-quality materials can be priced at under $1,000.