Tuesday, July 9, 2002
Taiwan iMac Shipments Take A Hit As Demand For The Computer Slackens
The new iMacís Taiwanese part suppliers and assemblers are reporting reduced or halted shipments amid weakening demand for the flat-panel desktop, according to sources familiar with the companies.
Quanta Computer May Ship 4.5 Million Notebooks This Year, Below Its Earlier Estimates
Hit by slowing iMac shipments and cuts in orders from HP, Quanta Computer could face a long road in reaching its shipment target this year.
Crunch Time For Apple OS Security
Hackers see Mac OSX hole as soft touch.
Study Of Power Consumption Also Finds Macs Are Cheaper To Run
An independent analysis at the University of Liege, Belgium, has shown that Mac systems' significantly lower power consumption also means substantial savings over Windows PC systems.
What's With Apple's Fetish For Secrecy?
Whoever is really to blame here, Apple needs to turn this brouhaha into a non-issue—and fast.
Apple Determined To Upstage Rival
There will be pain involved, but also joy of release for Microsoft dissidents.
eMac Test Drive
The eMac fills at least two voids in Apple's product line.
Top Ten iPhoto Tips
The truit is, iPhoto is really quite powerful (and complicated), even though it appears simple on the surface.
Gene Steinberg: Many of the articles complaining about Apple's posture on this subject haven't apparently bothered to consult [Macworld Expo Media Registration page].
Don't Trash Microsoft Office Just Yet
One issue that is being missed in the hullabaloo regarding Microsoft's and Sun's office suites is programmability.