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Microsoft quietly raises price of Office for Mac by 17 percent

Microsoft quietly raises price Microsoft has quietly increased the prices of its Office for Mac 2011 by as much as 17 percent, putting it on price par with Office 2013 for Windows. The software giant has also quit selling multi-license packages, which allowed customers to purchase multiple copies of the application suite at a discounted rate. The single-license Office for …

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EA’s Origin comes to Mac

EA’s Origin comes to Mac Electronic Arts’ direct download service Origin has been released for Mac, the publisher has confirmed. It has the same featureset as the PC version, which includes cloud storage and social connectivity via friends lists. Dual-platform play will also be available for selected EA titles, allowing users to buy a game once and download it for …

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Q&A: MacFixIt Answers

MacFixIt Answers MacFixIt Answers is a feature in which I answer Mac-related questions e-mailed in by our readers. This week, readers wrote in with questions about a system not loading past the gray Apple screen, an external DVD player not working, how to switch to internal speakers with headphones attached, and trouble enabling X-Ray folder view in the Finder. I …

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Toshiba announces 4K TVs, Cloud TV, laptops, Media Box

Toshiba LAS VEGAS–Toshiba is known primarily for TVs, laptops, and home theater gear, and at a pre-CES event tonight at the Mandalay Bay hotel, it trotted out its latest innovations in each category. One of the most remarkable is the L9300 series of TVs, which marks the company’s first U.S. foray into 4K TV and presages what are sure to …

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Apple’s Mac mini production may be moved to the US

If sources in Apple’s supply chain are to be believed, the company will  be moving its Mac mini production lines to the US. Digitimes reports that Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) will take care of the establishment. Foxconn has roughly 15 operating bases in the US, and according to reports, it will soon begin hiring workers next year to …

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