Tuesday, February 5, 2002
The Apple Of My I
iPhoto is a good reasons to consider buying a Macintosh instead of a Windows PC.
"Digital Hub" Pushers Need Marketing
Only 6 percent of U.S. homes with PCs have invested in home networking.
FileMaker Launches I-Mode Database Software
FileMaker, Apple's database-software subsidiary, has launched a new software package that will enable users of its database software to access their data via I-mode wireless Internet handsets.
Apple Trains Telstra Staff In OS X Etiquette
Telstra's beleaguered broadband network should be OS X compatible for Apple users by April this year, with support staff soon to be in training to adequately handle customer queries.
Apple iPod: Coming To A PC Near You
The impressive iPod MP3 player will become even more appealing with the help of new third-part Windows software.
Putting The World Firmly In The Picture Frame
Adobe Systems, the creation of two brilliant engineers from the Xerox Palo Alto Research Centre, John Warnock and Charles Geschke, all but owns the creative space, as we have come to call the making and managing of text, images and multimedia.