macintosh macintosh  /ˈmæ kən ˌtɔʃ/


  1. (n) a lightweight waterproof (usually rubberized) fabric
  2. (n) a waterproof raincoat made of rubberized fabric



  1. Ten years in the shadow of the Power Mac G5

    Apple Ten years ago, Apple introduced the Power Macintosh G5 , the first of a new generation of Macs based on IBM’s PowerPC G5 architecture. Unveiled by Steve Jobs during the 2003 World Wide Developer’s Conference , the G5 replaced the aging Power Mac G4 and carried the banner for the ultra high-end Mac market until Apple released the Intel-based Mac Pro in 2006. At the time of its debut, Apple ...
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Macworld

  2. Leominster teen on probation for trying to help prisoner

    LEOMINSTER -- A MacIntosh Lane teenager was placed on probation for trying to help a police prisoner escape in May, according to Leominster District Court records.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Sentinel & Enterprise

  3. 3 ways to improve Apple's Mac OS X

    Apple's latest Macintosh operating system hasn't yet hit store shelves, but if the unveiling of OS X Mavericks was any indication, its improvements aren't exactly what you'd call thrilling.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: CNN Money

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  1. "This is equivalent to changing a MacIntosh computer to a PC by inserting a new piece of software," said Craig Venter.
    on Jun 28, 2007 By: Craig Venter Source: Voice of America

  2. "You can make parallels with computers: Apple was very strong in this field before, with its Macintosh and its graphics user interface--like the iPod today--and then lost its position," Gates said.
    on May 12, 2005 By: Bill Gates Source: ZDNet

  3. "It has turned out just wonderfully," says Jobs. "It's our biggest leap forward since the original Macintosh in 1984."
    on Apr 12, 2005 By: Steve Jobs Source: BusinessWeek

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