MacBook Air will have a 12-inch display, but be smaller than the current 11-inch …

Rubric MacBook | 8 Jan 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple’s Next MacBook Air May Be 12 Inches (Report). The MacBook Air made everyone’s bags much lighter and spawned countless design copies from PC manufacturers, but the next generation might look pretty different. Rumor has it that sometime in the spring, Apple will release a new MacBook Air that will have a 12-inch display (it currently offers 11- and 13-inch screens), and that the design will be overhauled to make the laptop thinner, according to a report from 9to5Mac. This year, whether it meant to or not, it may have some big news: 9to5Mac has some new details that say there’s a 12-inch MacBook Air with a completely new design, a higher-resolution display, and few of the trappings ...

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Report: new 12-inch MacBook Air slims down, has single USB port

Rubric MacBook | 8 Jan 2015 | no comments yet »

Alleged 12-inch MacBook Air Details Exposed in New Report. Apple is reportedly preparing a brand new 12-inch MacBook Air, codenamed “MacBook Stealth,” and 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman, who is well known for his accuracy in reporting on all things Apple, has a fully detailed report discussing what we can expect from Apple’s new thin and light notebook. According to Gurman, the 2015 MacBook Air will have a 12-inch display and will eliminate a lot of the design features we’ve grown used to seeing from MacBooks in the past. Sources within Apple, who have used internal prototype versions of the upcoming computer, have provided in-depth details about the machine, and our exclusive artist renditions ...

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Samsung unveils fanless MacBook Air competitor with 12-hour battery life

Rubric MacBook | 31 Dec 2014 | no comments yet »

Samsung ATIV Book 9 2015: Slim, Slick, Lighter Than a MacBook Air. It’s a sad fact of laptop life: any time you push the processor — when streaming an HD movie from Netflix, say — the computer’s fan will start whirring away. The point of the Core M is to bid good riddance to that noisy fan, all while maintaining the level of performance and battery life expected from today’s recent PCs (those based on fourth-generation “Haswell” Core processors). At .46 inches thick and just over two pounds, its aluminum body is both thinner and lighter than the 11-inch MacBook Air, despite repping a squarish 12.2-inch 2560 x 1600 display. As with TVs, the curved display could ...

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Microsoft embraces Skype video singing praises of the MacBook

Rubric MacBook | 15 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »

Microsoft Rolls Out Skype for Web Beta. “It’s perfect if you prefer using the web rather than an app: perhaps you’re sitting at a computer that doesn’t already have Skype downloaded. Already accessible as a desktop download, mobile apps, televisions, and game consoles, Microsoft’s video-chat system is going back to basics with a version for your Internet browser. “Skype for Web makes it quicker and easier than ever before to connect with family and colleagues around the world, for free—directly from Skype.com,” said Jonathan Watson, senior product marketing manager for user reach and engagement, said in a a blog post. Instead of bogging down your computer with ...

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Microsoft embraces Skype video singing praises of the MacBook

Rubric MacBook | 15 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »

Microsoft Rolls Out Skype for Web Beta. “It’s perfect if you prefer using the web rather than an app: perhaps you’re sitting at a computer that doesn’t already have Skype downloaded. Already accessible as a desktop download, mobile apps, televisions, and game consoles, Microsoft’s video-chat system is going back to basics with a version for your Internet browser. “Skype for Web makes it quicker and easier than ever before to connect with family and colleagues around the world, for free—directly from Skype.com,” said Jonathan Watson, senior product marketing manager for user reach and engagement, said in a a blog post. Instead of bogging down your computer with ...

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Microsoft’s new Skype ad sings the praises of the MacBook

Rubric MacBook | 14 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »

Microsoft Announces Skype for Web (Beta). You no longer need to download an app to make voice or video calls over Skype, the Microsoft-owned chat company announced Friday, as it unveiled a browser-based solution called “Skype for Web.” Skype for Web lets users make voice and video calls directly in the browser of their choice by visiting Skype.com. A little over a year ago, Microsoft announced that Outlook would be supporting video calling with a quick plug-in download that connected Skype and Outlook. Microsoft has made the new service “available to small number of existing and new users to begin with,” and will be “gradually rolling out worldwide in the coming months.” The new ...

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