15in MacBook Air 'makes sense' for Apple – analysts
MacBook Air in the first quarter of 2012, according to a report from a Taiwanese publication that cited unnamed sources in the component supply channel. A larger MacBook Air — Apple currently sells 11.6-in. and 13.3-in. …
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New TweetDeck for Mac a Breath of Fresh Air
With the release of the new free TweetDeck for Mac (which points to the Mac App Store for downloads), TweetDeck leaves behind Adobe AIR with its sluggish performance and unusual user experience, and offers a sleek, functional replacement that looks …
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