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Archives: February 2008

  1. Morgan Stanley, Piper Jaffray positive on Apple Inc.

    Morgan Stanley is out positive on Apple this AM saying they continue to believe new product announcements…

  2. Apple intros new MacBook and MacBook Pro models; Multi-Touch trackpad comes to MacBook Pro

    Apple today updated its popular MacBook and MacBook Pro notebook lines with the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors…

  3. Climb aboard the Time Machine (no, not that one) and see how Apple looks in 2010

    I took a trip to the future last month, and boy, was my flux capacitor tired…

  4. Jon Stewart gives Apple free iPhone promo during the Oscars

    Jon Stewart enjoyed Lawrence of Arabia on the Oscar stage last night on his Apple iPhone…

  5. Australian law could bar exclusive iPhone deals?

    The release of Apple’s iPhone in Australia could be illegal under current trade practices laws

  6. AOL brings Xdrive to Mac; Adobe launches AIR

    AOL today announced the release of Xdrive Desktop Lite, an all-new version of the Xdrive software…

  7. Apple iTunes Store offers ‘Movie of the Week’ for 99-cents

    Apple is offering a “Movie of the Week” specially-priced at 99-cents…

  8. Apple’s Time Capsule featured in latest Best Buy flyer

    Several Websites and MacDailyNews readers are reporting that Apple’s soon-to-ship Time Capsule…

  9. Intel preps 6-core Xeon ‘Dunnington’ processors

    Late last month in Austria, Intel presented Sun with roadmaps discussing details of its upcoming…

  10. New Apple MacBook Pro models found in Apple, Best Buy inventory systems

    The part numbers, listed for future MacBook Pros models, were included alongside pricing that matches…

  11. Macworld UK gives Apple’s Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Server 4 out of 5 stars

    Giving Apple’s Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Server 4 stars out of a possible 5…

  12. Happy 53rd birthday, Steve Jobs!

    Happy Birthday, Steve! Belated, that is. Yesterday was Apple CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs’ 53rd birthday…

  13. Apple orders Hymn Project to cease and desist

    Apple has fired a cease and desist order against the developers behind the open-source Hymn Project…

  14. Apple angst vs. Apple reality

    It’s open season on Apple these days. The stock is in a tailspin. Worries abound…

  15. InUse usability report: Apple iPhone does live up to the hype!

    The iPhone aims for the stars, and the expectations are incredibly high. However, from what we have seen in this initial test, it manages very well…

  16. Microsoft pulls plug on Xbox HD DVD players

    Microsoft said it will stop making HD DVD players for its Xbox 360 video game system…

  17. Some investors, analysts question Apple’s rapidly growing cash pile; currently $18.4 billion

    Talk about your apple juice: The computer company’s current cash position is $18.4 billion…

  18. Saved by Apple’s Time Machine

    The Mac mini is backed up using Time Machine (part of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard), which means that all I needed to do was step back an hour…

  19. Digital downloads – like those for Apple TV – will be Blu-ray’s downfall

    With the fall of HD DVD, Blu-ray has assumed the throne as the next format of choice…

  20. BusinessWeek: Apple’s iPhone SDK will be late

    There’s a week to go before Apple’s commitment to release the iPhone Software Developers Kit…

  21. Samsung sees 250GB SSD by year end

    Samsung is touting the reliability of solid-state drives, while citing an explosive market for the devices…

  22. Analyst who couldn’t find ‘missing’ iPhones thinks Apple won’t hit 10m in 2008 goal

    Bernstein Research analyst Toni Sacconaghi — you know, the “analyst” who couldn’t find Apple’s “missing” iPhones on his first try — is back for more…

  23. Big surprise: Replacement battery sellers don’t like Apple MacBook Air’s built-in battery

    Apple’s decision to give its ultra-thin MacBook Air notebook computer a battery…

  24. Washington Times reviews Apple TV 2.0: ‘Stunning; could change the entertainment world, again’

    Starting at $229, the new-and-truly-improved Apple TV, re-released last month, is a device that…

  25. Microsoft delays Mac XML converters – again

    Microsoft has again pushed out the release of converters needed by users of Office 2004…