Sunday, March 17, 2002
Paul Smith Meets The New iMac
Paul Smith, one of the world's top fashion designers, explains why he has been bowled over by the product he describes as "the perfect modern design".
Apple's New iMac: Hype Versus Reality
Does it now make sense for longtime Windows sheep to join the Mac flock? A rational comparison is in order.
Apple Out-Performs Competitors As It Moves Into Research Arena
In a marked display of its powerful ability, Apple's fastest machine yet, the PowerPC G4, has now made its presence known in the biotechnology arena.
With New Software Boxes, Smaller Is Better
We're in the midst of a small revolution in the way computer software is packaged — and it's about time.
Design-It-Yourself Skis And Snowboards
"There's always a use for the Mac. We never get rid of them."
Tracking the evolution of take-out tunes.
Apple Updates AirPort BaseStation Firmware
Apple has released an AirPort Graphite Basestation 3.84 firmware update which addresses a DHCP lease issue when used on the Comcast and Rogers cable networks.
Where Music Will Be Coming From
There is no music made today that has not been shaped by the fact of recording and duplication.
In Case Of Theft, Your Mac Can PhoneHome
A new security software application called PC PhoneHome that tracks and locates missing Macs.
Teachers Get Hands-On Experience With New Laptops
"I'm amazed with what I'll be able to do with this."
With its new features, iTunes 2.0.3 has become a fully capable MP3 player, encoder, and jukebox.
Mac OS X: The Missing Manual
There is a lot of great information contained therein.
I'm back in Singapore... Now, catching up with my e-mails and all the Mac news...
Ruling Questions Protected Use Of The Name 'Windows'
In a narrow, preliminary ruling, a judge wrote that there are "serious questions regarding whether 'Windows' is a non-generic name and thus eligible for the protections of federal trademark law."
Comptuer Merger Faces Final Yea/Nay
HP, Compaq investors vote this week.
Microsoft Heads Back To Court
The nine states want to see pre-emptive action to restrain Microsoft rather than merely redress for the company's past misdeeds.
Microsoft Should Be Punished
The feds failed to order a breakup when it could have done some good. Now, based on the government's findings, Sun, Netscape and Be are suing — with good reason.
States Say They Can Seek Own Microsoft Sanctions
The nine states still pursuing the Microsoft antitrust case told a federal judge on Friday that they have "long and clearly established" authority to seek their own sanctions against the company.