At Apple's 2009 WWDC keynote in San Francisco, after a trademark stab at Windows Vista, Apple introduced some of the latest features of its next version of OS X: Snow Leopard
As part of the WWDC 2009 keynote, Apple's Bertrand Serlet takes a few swipes at the competition and talks about the next version of Mac OS X.
Apple's keynote at the World Wide Developer Conference has just ended, and here we are covering some of the highlights of the address. We are looking forward to providing feedback and discussion regarding the announcements, and welcome our readers' com
There are any number of reports available online regarding the possibilities and findings uncovered from various beta releases of Apple's forthcoming operating system, Snow Leopard. However, AppleInsider reader "inewton1974" has provided a link to an anno
Apple uses a copyright claim to get recently posted videos showing features of Snow Leopard, its unreleased Mac OS X version, taken down from the Google video site.
In what could possibly be the coolest MacBook cover ever, Flickr user LubeckerJung put a picture of Snow White holding the Apple logo.
The Web site for this icy destination promises that the 41-degree guest rooms will give you sweet dreams and a memorable sleeping experience. Memorable indeed.
Nvidia has become well ensconced in Apple's lineup. So, what's the connection between Apple's graphics-fortified lineup and Snow Leopard OS X?
The Saab Performance Team takes on Northern Sweden and the Saab 9-3x and plenty of snow. This video clip will make you want to live in a snow globe.
Mark Licea AKA MTII fills in for Justin Yu's diminutive shoes on this beautiful snow day, who's out with a genital warps outbreak. (Mwuahaha... Wilson would like to thank Justin for giving him the power to write the blog post/show description.) Mark gi