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Archives: January 2003

  1. Apple’s iPhoto 2 and iMovie 3 download links now working

    Get the new iPhoto 2 and iMovie 3 here…

  2. iPhoto 2 and iMovie 3 download attempts currently fail

    Users report trying to download the new iPhoto 2 and iMovie 3…

  3. Apple posts iMovie 3 and iPhoto 2 for free download

    Apple today released iMovie 3.0.1 and iPhoto 2 are now available as free downloads from Apple’s Web site. iPhoto 2 includes one-click photo Enhance, which can improve less-than-perfect pictures; a new Retouch tool for removing… Read More

  4. Customize your Mac OS X menu bar with AliasMenu

    AliasMenu adds customized menus to the menu bar. Each menu extra has a corresponding folder and the menu automatically reflects the folder’s content…

  5. Five students win Young Wizards Apple Inter-school Movie Competition in India

    The contest is being held for the first time this year, and the organisers plan to make it an annual event. The winners have bagged an iMac computer as the prize…

  6. CTO thinking of switching to Mac due to Microsoft security ineptitude

    The Trustworthy Computing initiative has not suceeded in making Microsoft systems more secure, says expert…

  7. Intel: we will ‘blow away’ any power advantage of potential G5 CPU

    Rumor has it that Apple is a potential customer for the chip because it wants to replace the Motorola PowerPC chips in its Power Mac desktop computers…

  8. CRM-Forum writer calls Apple’s customer service ‘rotten to the core’

    Having installed some new software on my Apple iBook, I had problems reconnecting to my Alcatel broadband model to get access to my BT broadband connection…

  9. Apple to release iMovie 3, iPhoto 2 January 31st

    Apple has announced to .Mac members that both iMovie 3 and iPhoto 2 will be available as downloads on January 31st…

  10. Mac gamer publisher MacSoft sold

    Infogrames, Inc., a global publisher of interactive games, announced today that it has sold its Macintosh publishing operations, MacSoft, to Destineer, Inc…

  11. Dell follows Apple’s lead; places ‘store-within-a-store’ in Sears

    It seems that following Apple’s lead has become a way of life for Dell CEO Michael Dell…

  12. RADEON 9700 PRO is now available for new Power Mac G4

    ATI Technologies Inc. today announced that the RADEON 9700 PRO is now available exclusively to Macintosh customers purchasing Apple’s new Power Mac G4 systems…

  13. .Mac Address Book syncing now available

    Apple on Wednesday activated a feature many users of the online subscription service have been waiting for: Address Book syncing…

  14. Apple iPod; MP3 market examined by BusinessWeek

    If a quick glance around my gym is any indication, Apple Computer’s sleek iPod remains the undisputed king of the digital-music-player market…

  15. Substitute ‘Byte of the Apple’ writer says Apple pulling a ‘Microsoft’

    In its mad dash to diversify revenue streams, Apple is steadily upping the hassle factor. Let me count the ways..

  16. Get in shape with BODYFITdb Fitness Software for Mac

    BODYFITdb Fitness Software allows an unlimited number of users to track their fitness routines…

  17. IDC analyst says Power Macs offer a ‘lot of value’ at aggressive new price points

    The lower prices still put the Apple machines at the high end of the curve in terms of PC prices industrywide but are an improvement in terms of price and performance…

  18. Reuter’s fixes questionable line in Apple Power Mac story

    Whether we helped or not, we’re glad that sentence has been changed by Reuters…

  19. SafariTabs not ‘real’ browser tabs; hamfisted effort fails to impress

    EELEE today announced the release of SafariTabs 1.0, its shareware utility to allow Safari users to supposedly create and use tabs with Apple’s Safari Web browser…

  20. Reuters report on Apple sets off our bias alert (updated 3:41pm)

    “Unlike most personal computers that run on the Microsoft Windows operating system, Apple computers are based on a proprietary Macintosh platform…

  21. Microsoft slammed by Slammer; failed to apply their own patches

    Microsoft’s policy of relying on software patches to fix major security flaws was questioned Monday after a series of internal e-mails revealed that the software giant’s own network wasn’t immune from a worm that struck the Internet last weekend…

  22. Apple updates Power Macs; intros 20-inch Cinema Display

    Apple today announced the fastest and most affordable Power Mac G4 line ever featuring a choice of a single 1 GHz, dual 1.25 GHz or dual 1.42 GHz PowerPC G4 processors with prices ranging from US$1,499 to US$2,699…

  23. Xserve starting to find acceptance in enterprise

    According to one industry analyst, Apple stands to benefit from the combination of more ISVs rolling out enterprise applications for Xserve and the current anti-Microsoft climate…

  24. Opera looks like Safari’s first Mac browser casualty

    Opera Software expressed significant doubts it would continue producing a browser for the Macintosh operating system..

  25. Work easier with Application Wizard for Mac OS X

    Application Wizard, from MaBaSoft, makes working with applications easier and quicker…

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