Apple’s level of engagement and disclosure, not to mention the media’s attention thereto, on the issues of green practices and supplier responsibility are perhaps unprecedented. Nevertheless, expect a cadre of the usual hand ringers to piss and moan that not enough is being done.
Archive for February, 2010
In the eyes of a fanboy, every advertisement begs not so much to be remade but to be made right. Here’s a fine example that starts with Google’s popular Super Bowl XLIV spot and veers straight into a celebration of Mac users’ favorite truisms about Windows and how it must feel to be Windows user.
There are people out there who’ve had their 27-inch iMac fixed or replaced a half-dozen times and they still don’t have a useable product “” really. Until today, however, Apple had never admitted that there was problem even though the company has issued at least three fixes.
By now you’ve heard about Boxee and Hulu, two truly great applications for delivering television shows to a Mac. However, you may not know just how easy it is to take all of that free content and put it on your home’s big-screen TV. Here’s the stuff you need to get that done.
Apple’s annual shareholder meeting passes quietly with stakeholders largely satisfied with the company’s record-setting $15 billion holiday quarter, though questions about Cupertino’s brimming cash kitty, as well as a pair of green initiatives that were voted down managed to make the highlight reel.
Whether you’re just a user who’s rung every drop of energy out of consumer portable’s six-cell pack or you’re buying n’ selling used MacBooks to supplement your income, there are plenty of places to buy quality replacement batteries.