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Archives: April 2004

  1. Apple releases QuickTime Update

    Apple Computer issued on Friday a security advisory and fix for a QuickTime flaw that the company describes as a minor issue…

  2. Piper Jaffray initiates Apple Computer coverage, sets target price to $30

    Analysts at Piper Jaffray today announced they have initiated coverage of Apple Computer (AAPL) with a “market perform” rating…

  3. Thurrott on iTunes 4.5 WMA to AAC transcoding: results ‘surprisingly positive, good stuff’

    iTunes 4.5 just completed transcoding the WMA portion of my music library, or about 700 songs. It took the application 5 hours to do this…

  4. Windows XP users try their best to simulate Mac OS X

    Windows XP users have serious cases of Mac OS X lust. Trying to simulate Mac OS X on Windows XP is turning into quite the hobby lately…

  5. Beleaguered Gateway cuts another 1,500 jobs; has cut 22,600 jobs in last four years

    On Thursday, Poway, Calif.-based Gateway said it would cut another 1,500 jobs, less than a month after it closed its 188 retail stores…

  6. Forbes: ‘competition isn’t even close’ to Apple’s iTunes; requests more iTunes features

    First and foremost, if Apple is going to become the force in music sales it truly wants to be, it’s going to have to start paying…

  7. Analysts: Apple iPod ‘an open platform – it supports MP3s – Apple is fine’

    Apple’s announcement Wednesday that its latest version of iTunes for Windows will support WMA-to-AAC conversion…

  8. iRiver President: Apple can keep the ‘iPod crown,’ we want the ‘entertainment crown’

    According to most analyst estimates, the iPod has the largest market share among all portable digital media players…

  9. Robert X. Cringely: Steve Jobs ‘is proud of being an a**hole’

    Robert X. Cringely is nothing if not individualistic. That’s probably the one thing that marks him out among all…

  10. Russian music sells ‘legal’ popular songs for just a few cents per megabyte

    6.8 cents a song doesn’t even cover the royalties that other services pay to record labels, which makes me…

  11. Sunset for Sun Microsystems?

    Sun recently announced its 12th consecutive quarter of falling revenues, not to mention 3,300 more layoffs…

  12. Apple Computer expands iBook repair program

    Apple Computer has expanded a repair program designed to fix a logic board problem with some of its iBook notebooks…

  13. TechTV’s ‘The Screen Savers’ to review Apple’s iTunes 4.5 tonight

    Despite averaging 2.7 million downloads a week, holding 70 percent of the legal music-download market share…

  14. SafariKeywords 0.6 released

    SafariKeywords teaches Safari a feature that’s long been available in other browsers, such as Mozilla or OmniWeb…

  15. Free Apple iTunes songs for 8 days in a row, then a free song every Tuesday

    Apple is marking the first anniversary of its iTunes Music Store by thanking its customers with a free song of the day for the next eight days…

  16. Apple iTunes Music Store changing the way music is marketed

    iTunes is changing the way music is marketed. Consumers can now find online remixes of popular songs, live performances, singles…

  17. RealNetworks reports wider net loss year-over-year

    RealNetworks on Wednesday reported a wider net loss and brisk revenue growth compared with the same period…

  18. Spurned by Apple, RealNetworks cozies up to Microsoft for portable music

    RealNetworks Inc., which is suing rival Microsoft Corp. for $1 billion, said it wants to use Microsoft’s software to help…

  19. Real CEO Glaser: Steve Jobs’ comments on Real ‘not succeeding’ are ‘ridiculously humorous’

    RealNetworks is now involved in a war of words with rival digital music outlet Apple Computer Inc. Apple CEO Steve Jobs…

  20. Apple ‘strengthens’ music-sharing feature in iTunes 4.5

    Among other additions Apple Computer made to its iTunes software, the Mac maker has plugged a hole that allowed…

  21. Pepsi’s Apple iTunes promo nightmare, only 5 million songs redeemed total

    Apple Computer said Wednesday that about 5 million free songs have been given away through a Pepsi promotion…

  22. Dvorak blames obsessive compulsive disorder, not Microsoft for virus problems

    An estimated 3.3 million Americans alone have obsessive compulsive disorder, or OCD, and more attention is being paid…

  23. Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ iTunes Music Store Anniversary remarks

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs today said that Apple’s iTunes Music Store has the largest online catalog in the world with over 700,000 songs…

  24. Apple launches ‘iTunes on Campus’ institutional site license program

    Give your students easy access to iTunes, the best digital jukebox with the #1 music download store inside for Windows and Mac users…

  25. New Apple iTunes 4.5 offers wide array of new print options

    Apple’s new itunes 4.5 offers a wide array of new print options. iTunes downloads cover art for the music you purchase…

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