Monday, April 1, 2002
Mac OS X Passes 1-Year Test; Big Software Firms Still Studying
It's now 12 o'clock. Time's up!
Blow Out A Candle For OS X
Apple didn't make a peep about it, and the occasion passed largely unnoticed. With one exception.
Apple's Bluetooth Technology Preview Release
Requires Mac OS X 10.1.3 and D-Link DWB-120M Bluetooth USB Adapter.
Laptop Debate Far From Over
Key lawmakers say the legislature may revisit the issue next year, when King, who leaves office in January, will not be around to defend it.
New Software Controls Macs Remotely
With the addition of remote management software, Apple further polishes its appeal to business users.
If this rumor about iTivo is true, and it's something I can afford and use here in Singapore, I'd be very happy.
Apple Computer is the Brand of the Year: "Not necessarily the biggest or the one with the most revenue — it is the one that makes us stand up and take notice."
Anti-Unix Site Powered By Unix
A Web site sponsored by Microsoft and Unisys as a way to steer big companies away from the Unix operating system is itself powered by Unix software.
HP's Booting Of Hewlett Draws Criticism
HP's decision not to renominate dissident director Walter Hewlett generated criticism Monday, if little surprise.
HP Board To Drop Hewlett
Board says it was prepared to include son of co-founder until his lawsuit over Compaq proxy vote.
Microsoft's Fumbling Foes Testify
Evidence shows company's rivals tried to work both sides of antitrust case.