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Thursday, January 2, 2003

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Apple Releases iCal Update, iSync 1.0
by Jim Dalrymple, MacCentral
Apple on Thursday released an update to the companies calendaring application, iCal, and the final version of iSync.


Apple And Microsoft Out Of Sync
by Joe Wilcox, CNET
Apple Computer on Thursday released the final version of its iSync synchronization software, in what could be seen as an attempt to trump new software coming next week from Microsoft.

Apple Launches iSync Platform
by Jay Wrolstad, NewsFactor
"The real payoff for Apple is down the road, with the integration of wired and wireless technology, and the gradual elimination of wired connections."

Hold Onto Your Macs - They'll Be Worth Something (One Day)
by Remy Davison, Insanely Great Mac
Grab that dusty Lisa or Mac 128 and put it on ebay - because you could make yourself a small fortune.

Apple Suffers Another .Mac Service Outage
by MacNN
"Access to the .Mac Web site is severly limited at this time."


Raising Your Laptop In Style With The iCurve
by Brad Smith, The Mac Observer
With the move towards laptops as desktop replacements, Griffin Technology has provided the solution to make that laptop a desktop, yet easy enough to grab it and hit the road.

NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti
by Andy Largent, Inside Mac Games
Without argument, the GeForce4 Ti is an incredibly powerful video card, and it reigns as the fastest card you'll find on the Mac right now.

Hands On With El Gato's EyeTV
by Dennis Sellers, MacCentral
The EyeTV is equipped with a coaxial antenna connection and composite video input, as well as stereo audio input. You can view TV signals live or record them to hard disk for later viewing.

Photoshop Elements
If you're looking for the perfect gift for the holidays for your favorite computer user or digital photo taker, you really should consider Photoshop Elements 2.

Back Me Up Baby
by Bob LeVitus, OSXFAQ
It's a complete hard disk backup solution, it includes all the hardware and software you need, and it's drop-dead easy to set up and use.


Thursday, January 2, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

HAPPY NEW YEAR : Relive the excitement in New York via QuickTime VR.


Microsoft On Horns Of Dilemma
by Rebecca Buckman, Wall Street Journal
Will Longhorn take the blue ribbon or get slaughtered? Microsoft is banking on the former. Others aren't so sanguine.

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