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Monday, November 27, 2000


Consumers Shop Online, But Shun PC Gifts
by Reuters
PC makers may have less to celebrate as consumers, who in recent years have rushed to put a computer under the Christmas tree and link their families to the Internet, turn instead to other, cheaper electronic gadgets.


Apple In The Office?
by ZDNet
I'm all for Apple's rebirth — I don't want to switch to using Windows boxes full-time, though I find Windows 2000 palatable in limited doses — but it seems to be focused on the consumer and not the business user. If Apple's market share is to continue growing, this must change.

Should Apple Be Tried For Monopolizing?
by Artificial Cheese
A year ago Microsoft was brought to trial for abusing their monopoly. If you analyze the charges, you'll find that Microsoft isn't the only company that has done this type of thing. In fact, Apple is guilty in the exact same way.


Monday, November 27, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Joe Clark: The fear is that Apple won't fix things, or will not doso for years and years, at any rate.


AMD May Need New Ad Push
by Bloomberg
To better chip away at Intel, it might highlight features other than speed, analysts say.

WinME Can't Handle More Than 512 Megs Of Memory
by The Register
It transpires that Win ME, Win98 and Win95 cannot deal with main memory sizes in excess of 512MB.

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