In what is a rare occasion in the Apple ecosystem, Cupertino has confirmed virtually every one of the recently emerged rumors on the company’s upcoming plans to release updated Macintosh computers, and an all-new product called the “Magic Trackpad.” Apple’s online store went down just a couple of hours ago and is now back up, but a bit glitchy. However, the Apple.com PR section lists the goodies in question, as well as a brand new, 27-inch Cinema Display.

Apple has updated its all-in-one iMac line with the latest Intel Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors, as well as better graphics, featuring discrete ATI Radeon HD processors. The computer’s design remains unchanged. The new 21.5-inch 3.06 GHz Intel Core i3 iMac is now available for $1,199 (US). At the other end of the spectrum, the new 27-inch 2.8 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5 iMac is available for a suggested retail price of $1,999. More »

iPad seems to have already won the hearts, as per the sales figures and initial user reviews they are loving it. But as the display on iPad is quite large so the battery drains out very fast.

Some initial reviewers however seems to be quite impressed with the battery life, as for then it lasted for more than 10 hours but with time as the number of applications increases and usage it may tend to decrease. So, In order to prevent iPad battery draining out you can follow the some tips given below.

Some Tips To Increase Battery Backup Of iPad

1. Turn off wifi when not required, like you are watching a movie or browsing photos. [ In such activities in which you are not using Wireless Data Network ]

2. Decrease the brightness to increase battery backup of iPad, if you decrease the brightness that will save your battery for long hours.

3. Turn off data roaming feature

4. Turn off cellular data network when you are not using 3G connection More »

Microsoft has started private testing of the next version of Office for the Macintosh, which is due out in the second half of the year. Office 2008 for Mac, as the product is known, helps bring the desktop suite back into compatibility with two key technologies.

First, the product is the first version of Office that runs natively on both Intel- and Power PC-based Macs. The new software also adds support for the XML file formats that Microsoft added to the Windows version of Office–Office 2007, which hit store shelves in January. More »