Monday, May 13, 2002
Apple Hints At A Future With Devices
Think cell phones, e-mail pagers and instant-messenger software.
Laptop Money Off-Limits In Revisions To State Budget
Even though a potential $180 million state revenue shortfall lookms, money set aside for Gov. Angus King's laptop program is safe — at least for the immediate future.
Apple: Some CDs Don't Compute
Apple has determined that customers void their warranty if they attempt to use its products to play copy-protected CDs.
Why Windows Is Hard And Why Macs Are Shunned
It's the people. Ironcially, maybe that's why Macs are also easier.
The Next Mac OS X: Why It's Gonna Be One Cool Cat
Jaguar looks to be greater than the sum of its parts.
David Reed On Sidhu
"Compared to working with MS, working with Sidhu was a nightmare, because he could never get out of the way of his own ego. Sometimes Gates and crew can."
Practically Pixel Perfect
Dead pixel aside, my iMac G4 has almost everything I want in a home computer.
Should you try to make a good thing better?
New Celerons Built Like Pentium 4s
Intel's first Celeron chips based on the architecture behind the Pentium 4 will come out next week, a move that will allow the company to cover the entire PC market with the same chip design.
States Missed A Break In Microsoft Trial
Another procedural error on the part of the plaintiff states has preventd evidence from gettting into court. And that evidence, involving a specialized operating system called Windows XP Embedded, could have made the states' case.
Microsoft: States Have Proved Nothing
Microsoft declared that the states seeking strict sanctions against the company had failed to prove their case.
Microsoft Judge Expected To Take Cautious Approach
Analysts say a conservative federal judge will likely take a cautious approach as she weighs a proposed settlement against nine states' push for tougher penalties.
After Crash Course, Judge Must Solve Microsoft Case
As the two sides prepare their findings of fact before giving their closing arguments — now scheduled for mid-June — about the only thing they seem to agree on is that Judge Kollar-Kotelly has worked diligently to understand the case.