March’s Madness on iPad

By Joshua Mikutis

We at Maciverse are constantly in search of ways that you can push your Apple devices to their full potential. Over the past few weeks, the NCAA March Madness On Demand App has given

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It’s Time To Fix Apple’s Confusing Product Lineup

By James Mowery

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that Apple’s products have a somewhat odd pricing structure. But why is this so? For a company that has prided itself on keeping things simple,

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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Mac OS X Lion

By James Mowery

Apple has maintained the incredible look and feel of Mac OS X for nearly a decade, while constantly adding improvements that make the operating system more functional and accessible to its users. But Mac

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All The News That’s Fit to Pay for?

By Joshua Mikutis

The glory days are over. Yes, you heard it here at maciverse.com. Well, maybe not over, but the glory days are definitely no longer free. As of March 28th, according to the New York

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Microsoft: From Tech Almighty To Epic Catastrophe

By James Mowery

Microsoft has been king of the desktop for nearly two decades. But then something happened — while the rest of the world found prosperity in the mobile revolution, Microsoft lost its way. Apple, in

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Apple’s Next Move To Retain Music Dominance?

By James Mowery

Music sales accounted for $1.24 billion in revenue for Apple in the fourth quarter of 2010. Sounds impressive, but it actually only accounts for a small amount of the overall picture. Apple, theoretically, could

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Richard Branson’s iPad-Only ‘Project’

By Alan Hammond

Magazines on the iPad have been the same-old-same. If not the same, then reduced content, little reduction in price, and the same format we’ve seen. Project is a magazine that has changed the definition

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How Will We Survive The Post-PC World?

By James Mowery

No, it isn’t the Apocalypse — and I’m sure the loss of life will be minimal — but the world without PCs seems like a terrifying thing. No more command lines, filesystems, customizations, and

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