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Archives: February 2006

  1. Samsung’s iPod nano killer software created by former Apple Mac, iPod designer

    “When Samsung, the consumer electronics giant, decided to mount a serious challenge to Apple Computer’s iPod music player early last year…

  2. Microsoft wants to steal Apple’s thunder, to announce ‘innovative concept in development’ on Tuesday

    Microsoft is about to announce a new product or technology from Microsoft Research, and the mysterious product offering is slowly coming into focus…

  3. Stock futures up on speculation that Apple will snap up Disney

    “U.S. stock market futures tilted higher Monday, helped by a published report suggesting that Walt Disney & Co. may be snapped up by Apple Computer…

  4. RUMOR: Low cost Intel based Mac mni coming this Tuesday, ‘MacBooks’ (iBooks) at later date

    At a special media event to be held on its campus next week, Apple Computer will unveil a new line of low-cost Intel-based Mac mini…

  5. Apple to offer full-length feature films via iTunes Store, debut ‘MacBook’ as early as Tuesday

    Apple, whose iTunes internet music site sold its billionth tune last week, is preparing to launch a film download service…

  6. Woz heartily denies ‘Apple should spin off iPod’ quote

    In a striking report on Thursday, the Globe and Mail, a Canadian newspaper reported Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer…

  7. RUMOR: Apple to debut iPod ‘Hi-Fi’ Boombox this Tuesday

    Among the products Apple will debut at next Tuesday’s media event will be the iPod ‘Hi-Fi’ boombox…

  8. Barron’s: Apple Computer could buyout Disney

    Barron’s on Saturday said it’s possible that Apple could make a bid to buyout Disney after CEO Steve Jobs…

  9. RUMOR: Second image of Apple’s video iPod or tablet Mac posted online

    Following on from yesterdays leaked image. Here’s the same iPod but in clearer conditions…

  10. Apple’s iTunes Music Store: ‘one billion suckers served?’

    Personally I’ve never bought an iTune and I don’t own an iPod. I think Apple’s DRM is awful and represents a major step back for us all…

  11. Windows XP running on Intel-based Apple Macintosh

    We now have Windows XP running on the Intel-based Macintosh — as a guest operating system under the Linux version of VMware…

  12. CNET wants your Apple stories

    Apple Computer’s celebrating its 30th birthday, and you’re invited. Tell us how the company’s products have impacted…

  13. Former Apple exec calls for next-gen HD boycott

    Apple’s former director of video product marketing Mike Evangelist is calling for a boycott of next-generation HD video products…

  14. The Idiot’s Guide to Mac Viruses For Dummies 101

    Tech pundits and other media weasels have been falling all over themselves in the race to describe the recent “Mac virus” scandal in the purplest…

  15. Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ Macworld bloopers video

    Even Steve jobs slips up from time to time…

  16. Apple iPod, iTunes Music Store absolutely rule Japan’s digital-music player market

    “iPod mania is alive and well in Japan — one of the most competitive consumer-electronics markets on the planet. Despite an array of well-entrenched Japanese rivals…

  17. Analyst: Mac sales not slowing, iPod shipments could slightly exceed expectations

    Piper Jaffray senior research analyst Gene Munster maintained a rating of ‘outperform’ on Apple Computer, saying the company is poised…

  18. Apple iTunes Music Store’s billionth song downloader wins big

    “It may well have been the best 99 cents Alex Ostrovsky ever spent. Early yesterday, he paid that amount to download…

  19. Amazon’s digital download service unlikely to make much headway against Apple’s iTunes Store

    Last week, various news outlets picked up the story that the world’s top online retailer, Amazon.com, is planning its own digital download service…

  20. Google debuts Dashboard Widgets for Mac webpage

    Google has launched their “Google Mac Dashboard Widgets” webpage…

  21. Hard-core Windows PC user tries Apple Macintosh for the first time

    Once you’ve driven a Ferrari, it’s hard to go back to your Toyota Corolla. Not that I’ve ever driven a Ferrari, nor do I own a Corolla…

  22. Boinx Mouseposé 1.3 goes Universal

    Boinx Mouseposé is now a universal application for all Macs, PowerPC- and Intel-based. The tool, which helps presenters…

  23. Apple restricts access to Mac OS X source code bits in effort to curb Mac OS X on x86 hacks

    Apple has begun restricting access to the source code of key components of Mac OS X, in what looks like a bid to prevent the Intel version…

  24. Report: Apple says ‘not able to take large orders of Mac minis right now’ ahead of Feb 28th event

    According to a blogger on FreeMacBlog.com, he was recently told by an Apple representative that the company…

  25. Desperate much? Yahoo! calls on record labels for DRM-free downloads

    The head of Yahoo!’s digital music service has called for record labels to allow downloads to be sold free of any DRM restrictions…

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