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Apple debuts 17-inch MacBook Pro April 24, 2006 Company expands screen size of its Intel-based notebook line. New laptop weighs 6.8 pounds, to cost $2,799. Photos: Apple's 17-inch MacBook Pro
Apple polishes up its MacBook line October 16, 2008 The notebooks get some bodywork done by "brick," plus gain solid-state drives, graphics by Nvidia, and more. Macs, Apple says, have momentum.
Apple plugs QuickTime zero-day flaw May 1, 2007 Patch comes just over a week after the vulnerability was used to grab a $10,000 prize and a MacBook Pro in a hack-a-Mac contest.
Apple to charge for faster Wi-Fi January 18, 2007 Users of some laptops will have to pay $2 to activate onboard 802.11n chips; Apple says accounting rules require it to charge for upgrade.
Apple expands Best Buy foothold June 1, 2006 Displays of new MacBooks, MacBook Pros boost company's presence in consumer electronics retailer giant. Photos: Apple on display
Apple's 802.11n accounting conundrum January 20, 2007 Company didn't have to charge for upgrade, but it would have had to defer revenue from notebooks sold with the chip if it didn't.
How the XP-on-Mac prize was won March 16, 2006 Colin Nederkoorn, the man behind the contest to get XP up and running on Intel Macs, talks about finding a winner.
Apple releases 13-inch MacBook May 16, 2006 Final member of Intel-based laptop family comes in three models, starting at $1,099 for a 1.83GHz processor. Photos: MacBook out of the box
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