Tuesday, July 2, 2002
Apple Denies Insider Trading
Apple's chief financial officer Fred Anderson has denied insider trading after sales of stock by company executives was called into question.
For Plug-And-Play, I Pick The Apple
The Macs of hte new century are going the extra mile to make life easy for next-generation devices.
Apple Still A Ripe Business For ThinkFree
Think the Apple channel is insignificant and unworthy of your attention? Think again.
It never ceases to amaze me how often these days employers feel obliged to put a spin on the fact that they've shafted someone.
Titanium Powers Further Ahead
Great thing shave been happening to Apple's G4 Titanium PowerBook - possibly the most desirable notebook personal computer on the current market.
Same Stuff, Different Pile
The amount and quality of softwre bundled. Apples to oranges. Different stuff, different pile. In this case, thinking different is fantastic.
What Do You Think Future TV Will Look Like?
I expect the digital hub to more closely follow the model of a computer and peripherals (or component stereo system) than that of a single box that does everything and includes the screen, too.
Why Strategic Alliances Don't Work
The corporate highway is littered with the burnt-out shells of thousands of strategic alliances, which are supposed to be very close business relationships between two companies for their mutual benefit.
Contour RollerBar Mousing Station
The RollerMouse Station takes a little getting used to, but even before I was completely comfortable with the operation of the rollerbar and the three buttons, I realized how much more physically comfortable it is to have all mousing and most typing operations available without having to move your hands back and forth.
Fallout 2 is a game that will suck you in.
Feeling The Heat In Redmond
Despite its continued market dominance, Microsoft won't be able to call all the shots anymore.
Microsoft Spent $100M On .Net Security
Microsoft's much-publicized security push has cost real money—$100 million of person-hours went into the two-month hiatus in development of .Net server, according to David Thompson, vice president of Microsoft's Windows server products group.