Friday, May 24, 2002
The Mac A Business Machine? Better Believe It!
The next time someone tells you that the Mac is not a serious business computer, just smile and get on with your business. You know better.
Apple 'Poised To Double Market Share'
Steve Jobs, the man who co-founded Apple and returned to the computer maker to spearhead its revival, has said the firm is placed to achieve a doubling of market share.
Appel Retail Store Anniversary
Great deals to celebrate a great year.
Vendors: LCD Prices To See Slight Rise Until 2003
A shortage in LCDs will keep prices for desktop and notebook displays at their current levels, or even a bit higher, until new factories come online in 2003 and increase supply, said a pair of LCD makers.
The future of television: after the show, viewers must immediately take a quiz where they have to recall all the product placements and advertisements during the show. The more you remember, the less you'd have to pay.
Windows XP Patch To Comply With Anti-Trust Deal
The first product changes dictated by a proposed anti-trust settlement with Microsoft Corp. will appear next week in a software patch for Windows XP, the company said on Friday.
Pulled In A New Direction
Michael Dell conquered the PC market by exploiting the technology of others to assemble cheap, powerful boxes. That same strategy may not work as he pushes into higher-end storage networks and server arrays.