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Best Buy’s Black Friday preview – Apple edition

Good old-fashioned discounts, not gift cards.

Home Depot execs move to Apple products following breach

More Macintosh. Less Hacking.

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Griffin accessories wearing Harris Tweed this fall

Look at the original iPad Air and iPhone 5 still getting some accessory love.

The best Apple computer device ever is likely in the Apple Store now

iMac? MacBook? iPhone? None of those, although the current models of each are outstanding.

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Review: StandStand portable standing desk

The most aromatic way to join the standing desk revolution.

OGIO announces two new laptop backpacks: Throttle and Clutch

Named after rejected Top Gun pilot nicknames, perhaps?

Kickstarter Find: StandStand portable standing desk

Pledge and stand up for health!

Kickstarter Find: Easel laptop stand

Show some support if your neck is tired of being cramped.

Experience VertiGo from WaterField Designs

That’s “Verti” as in vertical, and “Go” as in carry your MacBook somewhere.

Catalyst unveils waterproof sleeves for tablets and laptops

Back when I went to school, no one carried around laptops (which barely existed) or tablets (which didn’t exist). What did exist was rain and snow, and we surely had plenty of that. If you find yourself in the same environment this school year, but with $1,000 of technology to carry around, you may want to check out Catalyst before heading back to school.

Kickstarter Find: Modbook Pro X conversion for 15″ Retina MacBook Pro

Modbook, the company that creates Mac-like tablets, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to support the new Modbook Pro X that is based on the 15-inch Retina Macbook Pro. The $150,000 campaign will enable users to send their own machines to the company so they can be converted for $1,999. Alternatively, for $3,999, customers can make reservations for complete systems coming directly from Modbook.

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MacBook Pro update clears agenda for 12″ MacBook Air unveiling

The updated Retina MacBook Pros Apple announced Tuesday are essentially a minor speed bump, bur are perhaps perhaps significant in clearing the decks for Apple to devote full attention to a widely anticipated announcement deeper into the year of a completely new 12-inch MacBook Air design with a Retina display, no internal cooling fan, and no trackpad button.