In 1989 there was a lot of hype and excitement surrounding Apple’s very first battery-powered Mac. I know 4-inches thick and 16-pounds may not pass as portable by today’s standards, but at the time a battery, which was considered to be a space-age innovation for computers, powered it.
As much as many users love their Macbooks, wouldn’t it be nice if we didn’t have to recharge batteries so often? Apple seems to think so, and has recently raised a pair of Apple patent applications for fuel-cell powered Macbooks and other Apple devices.
The rumor mills have given the Dell subnotebook a number of different names these past few months. We’ve heard it called everything from the Inspiron Mini to the Dell E. Even as recently as earlier this week, it was called the Dell Inspiron 910. Well, that all changed with today’s announcement. After what seemed like […]