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Archives: May 2005

  1. RUMOR: iPod photo update to deliver new Tetris game, image transistions

    A new version of system software for Apple Computer’s iPod photo line of digital music players will add a slew of new image transitions…

  2. Apple releases QuickTime 7.0.1

    Apple has released QuickTime 7.0.1 which includes several important bug fixes, a security enhancement, and improved compatibility…

  3. Intel’s prototype AOpen ‘Pandora’ ripoff of Apple’s Mac mini photos posted online

    Taking a second crack at the living room, Intel today showed off a concept PC that closely resembles Apple Computer’s Mac Mini…

  4. Kim Komando outlines litany of steps for trying to protect a Windows PC on the Internet

    There’s nothing like cracking open the box of a brand new computer. But don’t be so quick to just connect it all up and hop right on the Internet…

  5. Three more Apple Retail Stores to open this Saturday in Oregon, California, and Tennessee

    Apple has announced the Grand Opening Celebrations of three new retail stores…

  6. Apple’s lack of Macintosh advertising is nearly unforgivable

    The Macintosh has a lot in common with the Star Wars franchise. Both feature a fantastically loyal fan base, both feature incredible name recognition…

  7. Citrix Systems’ working on ‘GoToMyMac’ remote access software compatible with ‘GoToMyPC’

    Citrix Systems’ GoToMyPC remote PC access software division is mulling the launch of an Apple Macintosh version, which could enable users…

  8. Apple quietly burrows into the enterprise with Xserve, Xsan, Mac OS X

    Apple is quietly burrowing into the enterprise, buoyed by the Unix base of its still relatively new operating system…

  9. QuarkXPress Automator Actions now available

    Automated Workflows has announced the availability of Automator actions for use with QuarkXPress, which can be used to automate time consuming desktop publishing tasks…

  10. Apple’s Mac OS X Tiger ‘is the most advanced operating system on the planet’

    Tiger, Apple’s latest operating system (OS 10.4.0, if you’re keeping track) is more evolutionary than revolutionary. That’s not to say…

  11. Faronics releases Deep Freeze 1.8, compatible with Mac OS X Tiger and Panther

    Faronics has announced that Deep Freeze Mac OS X Version 1.8 has been officially released. This version is compatible with both Tiger (OS X 10.4) and Panther (OS X 10.3)…

  12. AOpen Mac mini look-alike unveiled; based on Intel Pentium M, runs Windows

    A new Wintel prototype that openly apes Apple Computer’s popular Mac mini is due out this week, sources told Wired News, giving Intel…

  13. Boston Globe: ‘iCon’ unauthorized Steve Jobs bio ‘not good enough’

    So this is the book that Steve Jobs wanted to ban. Heaven only knows why. Jobs was supposedly so outraged by its contents that he ordered…

  14. Chicago Tribune columnist gets a lot wrong in answer to question about Apple Computer

    Andrew Leckey writes for The Chicago Tribune and answers “business” question. For some reason his mess of an answer shows up…

  15. Apple offers special deals on Apple Certified Power Mac G5, PowerBook, iBook, iMac G5 [updated]

    Apple Computer is offering deals on Apple Certified products. Apple Certified Products are pre-owned Apple products that undergo Apple’s…

  16. Which Apple Macintosh computer is right for you?

    Apple has a full line of computers developed with all levels of users in mind – so which Mac is right for you?

  17. Windows PCs can’t match Apple’s iMac G5 design or run Mac OS X Tiger operating system

    Nothing enhances a computer like an oversize display that pulses with color on graphically rich Web pages and also renders text with startling clarity…

  18. Windows PC security company’s switch to Apple Mac causes overwhelming reaction

    Winn Schwartau switched his office from PCs to Macintosh computers, a seemingly simple move that created an overwhelming reaction…

  19. The Register’s Tony Smith looks at Mac OS X 10.4 ‘Tiger’ in depth

    In his first article looking at Apple’s new Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger in depth, The Register’s Tony Smith looks at Spotlight and Dashboard. Of the latter…

  20. Increasing numbers of Windows PC users switching to Apple Mac for improved stability and security

    For Apple, its June quarter has traditionally been a seasonally slower period, where sales tend to fall off just ahead of the educational buying…

  21. Wait over a year for Windows Longhorn to buy a new PC or buy a new Mac with Mac OS X Tiger today?

    When Microsoft chairman Bill Gates touts his company’s next Windows operating system, code named “Longhorn,” he can barely contain…

  22. Undocumented Boolean NOT, OR, AND syntaxes for Mac OS X Tiger’s Spotlight search

    There is Boolean search in Spotlight. Ipse dixit has a couple of articles that discuss undocumented Boolean searches in Apple’s Mac OS X Tiger’s Spotlight…

  23. Goldman Sachs reiterates ‘in-line’ rating for Apple, says ‘business remains healthy’

    Goldman Sachs reiterated an ‘in-line’ rating on Apple Computer, saying the company’s business remains healthy…

  24. Report: Apple preps 2GB and 4GB versions of iPod shuffle for June, August releases

    Samsung Electronics and Toshiba are aggressively planning to ramp up their output of 8Gbit NAND flash chips, as Apple Computer plans to roll out…

  25. Will future Apple Macs and iPods be able to rewire themselves on the fly for different jobs?

    Even by the standards of the Lone Star State, the claim by two Texas researchers — Douglas C. Burger and Stephen W. Keckler…

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