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Wednesday, February 27, 2002

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iBook: The Revised Edition
by Annie McCallum, Richmond Times-Dispatch
An environment filled with distrust cannot possibly have the capacity to advance education.

Moog And Apple Computer Honored
by New York Times
The academy singled out Apple for computers and software that advanced the way music is "written, mixed, recorded and creatively imagined."


Wireless Networking Saw Year-End Surge
by Sam Ames, CNET
The wireless networking market took off at the end of 2001, according to new research, as sagging prices improved shipments but pinched sales growth.

Apple, Adobe Discount Graphics Apps
by Ian Fried, CNET
Save $1,000 for Power Mac and PowerBook buyers.

Apple To The Core
by Louise Kehoe, Financial Times
The internecine battle at Hewlett-Packard has echoes of another Silicon Valley dispute — Silicon Valley's last great soap opera at Apple Computer in the mid-1980s.


by Consumer Reports


Wednesday, February 27, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Dan Gillmor: Connectix should go back to the drawing board on [Virtual PC].


New Pentium 4 To Debut In 2003
by Michael Kanellos, ZDNet
The next version of Pentium 4, code-named Prescott, will enhance desktop performance through hyper-threading, among other changes.

Don't Give Me Your Windows Lite
by David Coursey, Adobe Web Designer
What would happen if Windows became more of just an operating system and less of a feature-rich computing platform?

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