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Monday, January 28, 2002

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Apple Refreshes Power Mac G4 Line
by MacMinute
Apple updated its Power Mac G4 line with 800MHz, 933MHz, and dual-1GHz configurations.

X Photoshop Delay 'Not Deliberate'
by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK
Adobe has denied it is deliberately an OS X version of Photoshop because of a strained relationship with Apple.


Apple Brings Power Macs Up To Speed
by Joe Wilcox, CNET
Apple on Monday broke the 1GHz barrier not once but twice with the delivery of new Power Macs.

New iMac Begins Shipping: 150,000 Pre-Orders
by MacMinute

Europe: More Critical Than Ever
by Victoria Shanon, International Herald Tribune
Pascl Cagni, Apple Computer Inc.'s top manager in Europe, hadn't used a Macintosh computer until he took the job in April 2000.


Is The Mac Web Selling Its Soul?
by Bob McCormick,
It just seems that it's the antithesis of what the Mac community has always been about.

Mac OS X: Game Developer's Playground
by Troy Stephens, Stepwise
Mac OS X goes a long way toward rewriting the economic rules of GUI application development.


PowerMail V3.1
by Kirk Hiner,
For people serious about their e-mail, that thirty day demo will most likely result in years of devoted use.


Monday, January 28, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Time's editor picked the usual responses from readers about the iMac article.


Microsoft, AOL End Document Scuffle
by Joe Wilcox, CNET
AOL Time Warner and Microsoft on Monday resolved their differences over which documents will be released as part of the ongoing litigation int he software giant's antitrust trial.

Bill's Biggest Bet Yet
by Geoffrey Cowley, Newsweek
The richest people on earth have created a fund of more than $24 billion to save the poorest from disease. How much of a difference can Bill and Melinda Gates make?

Intel Tweaks CPU Prices
by Drew Cullen, The Register
Situation normal

Has Microsoft Met Its Match?
by Catherine Yang and Jay Greene, BusinessWeek
AOL could be the one company to offer it a real court battle.

Compaq Blade Servers Go On Sale
by Stephen Shankland, CNET
Compaq Computer has begun selling its first "blade" servers, networked computers stacked side-by-side so that 280 can fit in a single six-foot-tall rack, the company will announce Monday.

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