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Archives: February 2005

  1. Apple iPod shuffle secret revealed: inspection shows five extra contacts on USB plug

    Close inspection of the [Apple iPod shuffle’s] USB plug reveals that there is something going on here… A normal USB plug has 4 contacts…

  2. Apple Mac minis sell out in South African Apple centres

    Mac minis enjoyed a sell-out launch at three Apple centres in SA on Saturday, when the entire shipment of about 80 units was sold in three hours…

  3. Report: Sony and Philips considering suing Microsoft over Windows Media Player patent infringement?

    If you were Sony or Philips and you found that Microsoft had been not just using technology that you invented to invade your markets…

  4. BizReport: ‘Concerns over compatibility’ among online music formats ‘seem to be increasing’

    Those who argue that legal downloading is just as good as file swapping, for a small fee, face an uncomfortable reality…

  5. Why isn’t Apple advertising the Mac mini more?

    At any given time, an iPod advertisement will grace the airwaves. The Pepsi/iTunes promotion has also kicked into high gear, so the Apple logo…

  6. Mossberg: most people ‘are good candidates for switching’ to Mac from Windows

    There’s no other major item most of us own that is as confusing, unpredictable and unreliable as our personal computers…

  7. PC World gives Apple’s ‘GarageBand 2’ four out of five stars

    Some new features should make Apple’s GarageBand 2 more attractive to actual garage bands than its predecessor. Chief among them…

  8. Lehman analyst raises Apple estimates, ups stock price target to $94

    Lehman Bros. analyst Harry Blount raised his stock price target for Apple Computer (AAPL) to $94 from $73 and raised his 2005 earnings…

  9. Report: Apple’s Safari gains share to become 3rd most popular browser on Web

    OneStat.com today reported that Mozilla’s browsers have a total global usage share of 8.45 percent.  The total usage…

  10. Napster’s math does not add up

    Whether you like Napster To Go, Napster Inc.’s new music subscription service, depends on whether you think of it as all-you-can-eat or all-you-can-pay…

  11. CBS 2 New York puts Apple in ‘Hall of Shame’ over iPod battery replacement issues

    The Apple iPod is one of the most popular consumer electronic products in history. Thus far, 10 million have been sold to music lovers…

  12. Report: Apple CEO Steve Jobs ‘angered’ as music labels try to raise prices for downloads

    Some leading music labels are in talks with online retailers to raise wholesale prices for digital music downloads in an attempt to capitalise…

  13. The man who named Apple’s Macintosh, GUI pioneer Jef Raskin dies at 61

    The Digibarn Computer Museum reports that Jef Raskin, human-computer interface expert who began the Macintosh project for Apple Computer died on Saturday…

  14. PC World gives Apple’s Mac mini 4 out of 5 stars

    Though smaller than a lunch box, Apple’s Mac Mini doesn’t want for computing power. In my tests of a $673 shipping unit equipped with…

  15. Apple Mac mini ‘perfect for computer user who wants to leave the tyranny of Window and viruses’

    The Mac Mini was launched amid much fanfare by Apple and great excitement by Apple watchers last month. But does the latest Macintosh…

  16. Analysts: Apple’s iPod Photo is living proof that a device can’t serve two masters

    The iPod Photo is living proof that a device can’t serve two masters. The color screen is great, but the iPod can’t really offer a great photo…

  17. Banc of America analyst estimates 900,000 Apple Mac mini units to be sold in 2005

    Analyst Keith Bachman of Banc of America Securities, in a research note published this morning, “mentions that the FY05 sales estimate…

  18. Banc of America: Apple will sell ‘below 250,000’ Mac mini units this quarter

    Banc of America Securities raised estimates and the target price on Apple Computer, citing strong demand for new products…

  19. Apple iPod shuffle decoder’s unused features include WMA support, LCD screen output, and FM tuner

    A look under the hood of Apple Computer’s iPod Shuffle shows the company is making music with two chips…

  20. First Albany raises estimates for Apple Computer

    Analysts at First Albany reiterate their “buy” rating on Apple Computer (AAPL), while raising their estimates for the company….

  21. DOOM 3 goes ‘gold’ for Apple’s Mac OS X, to ship March 14

    DOOM 3, the blockbuster hit from id Software, has gone gold for Mac and is scheduled to begin shipping Monday, March 14…

  22. Microsoft tries to turn its own security flaw into commercial gain

    It looks like Microsoft tried to get a little benefit for itself when it repaired a serious security flaw…

  23. Real CEO pitches to half empty room at tech symposium; Apple draws standing-room-only crowd

    RealNetworks pioneered digital media in the 1990s and doubled its music-subscription business last year, but Wall Street’s playing a different tune nowadays…

  24. RUMOR: Apple planning Mac OS X ‘Tiger’ release for x86 PCs?

    In 2001, Transitive Technologies demonstrated a technology called ‘Dynamite’ which allowed code written for one CPU to be run efficiently…

  25. Needham Analyst raises Apple estimates, says Mac OS X is ‘light years ahead of Windows’

    Needham & Co analysts yesterday raised their Apple price target from $83 to $104.. ‘We’re also raising our earnings per share estimates…

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