Wednesday, August 28, 2002
Apple Draws On DMCA To Bar DVD Burning
Apple has invoked the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to prevent its customers from burning DVDs on external drives.
Apple's Jaguar Leaps Ahead Of Windows
The good old days are here again: The new version of OS X once more gives Macs clear superiority in operating systems.
Apple is announcing new hardware and software faster than ever, and continuing to cut prices.
While such head-to-head comparisons with rivals have long been taboo in the advertising world, Gateway views them as worth the risk.
Jaguar Opens Strong, But Can It Save Apple?
But no matter how technically impressive Jaguar is, and no matter how enthusiastic the crowds it draws Apple still faces an uphill battle in winning back the market share it has lost.
Apple Retail Stores - Give Me A Reason To Buy Something!
Apple knows that the Apple logo is one of the most recognized logos in the world and they could be reaping the rewards of this simply by giving us the opportunity to wear Apple-branded clothes.
It's The Software, Stupid
Why Apple will thrive as PC vendors burn.
The Future Of The Linux Desktop...
Jaguar is the desktop that Linux should have had.
Apple's Rendezvous: What It Is And Why It Matters
With the release of Rendezvous, Apple is bringing AppleTalk's ease of use to any TCP/IP network, and not just networks with Macs on them.
Bet On Mac's Cool New Jag
Speed and a slew of new features are what the new Mac OS X 10.2 is all about.
The Jagwyre Review
Using Mac OS X is like touring a land of fabulous ancient treasures — with a tourist authority that's still busy renovating them, and that hasn't quite completed the infrastructure.
A Look Inside Address Book
If you're developing a Mac applicaiton that uses information about people, then I can't recommend highly enough integrating AddressBook into your software.
Microsoft and Apple
You know what, Microsoft has to force a new licensing scheme down people's throats in order to extract steady income, while Apple gives good value in operating system upgrades almost yearly, and people queue up for hours to shove money down Apple's throat.
Ken Bereskin: After 18 years, it probably was time to offer something more than the basic bare bones 4 function calc.