Saturday, September 14, 2002
Using PC Peripherals On The Mac
Most devices that I have invested in for my PC are compatible with my new eMac.
Laptop Learning Under Way
Despite a budget crisis and fears of manhandled computers and dubious downloading, Gov. Angus S. King Jr.'s laptop-for-seventh-graders program is under way throughout the state.
If We Join Forces, We Can Become Stronger!
For the first time, the two major MPEG-4 standards bodies are putting their heads together for interoperability testing of the standard that is poised to propel the next generation of streaming media delivery.
Mac Evangelist Released From Jail
Shane Anderson, the "list dad" of the Mac Evangelist, has been released from jail after striking a plea bargain on charges that he cracked into a business associate's computer.
Could Macs Mean Business At Last?
For the second time in Apple's history, it has a real chance to do what it probably should have done when the Macintosh first came out: license the operating system.
Gadgets Galore: Tune In To The Latest MP3 Players
Music you can take with you. That seems to be one of the biggest priorities for today's music lover.
An In-Depth Look At Mac OS X 10.2 - Jaguar
At a time when the personal computer industry is largely retrenching because of the ongoing sales slump, Apple continues to innovate.
Finally Someone Gets OS X Audio Recording Right!
AudioX is great for people who want an easy way to record sound from any input source.
Dan Gillmor: Only Apple seems truly to be on the side of the customer. Let's see how long Apple stays there.
There are some songs that I enjoy listening via my speakers but not through a pair of headphones, and there are some the other way around. Does that make sense to you?
Intel-Server Debate A Pain For Industry
Intel and the chief manufacturer of chipsets for Intel-based servers don't see eye-to-eye on an important design issue—and that could create problems for Hewlett-Packard, Dell and other server makers.
Intel: Can't Get Enough Wireless
If the number of new products announced at a chipmaker's developer conference says anything about the company, Intel has a case of the blahs.
XP Service Pack 1 Not For Everyone
We didn't notice improved speed or stability in informal tests, and SP1's highly touted ability to change Windows' default apps for services such as Web browsing and instant messaging don't amount to a hill of beans at this point.