Friday, October 10, 2003
Apple Takes A Powerful Leap Forward With New G5
Having Apple Computer's new Power Mac G5 around the office is like having a superhero assistant.
Apple's Panther: A Jaguar On Steriods
Analysts say Panther looks great, but they still wonder why the company has not established a clearer marketing strategy.
Apple To Release WebObjects 5.22 For Panther
Apple will soon release WebObjects 5.2.2, an update to its enterprise rapid application development environment, to allow developers to build projects under Panther, according to WebObjects Product Manager Bob Fraser.
Free Web Page Designs, Contribute Discount At .Mac
13 free Web page designs and a $20 discount on Macromedia's Contribute 2 Web publishing software.
I Am Not A Mac Fanatic
I am a choice fanatic.
Panther Worth Expense If Given RAM To Run
Regardless of which version of OS X you use, your Mac will run better and faster if it has more than 128 MB of RAM.
No One Lives Forever 2
Personally, I think this is one of those exceptional single player games that will have an adequate — if forgettable — multiplayer experience, but frankly... that' ok.
WITH PANTHER COMING SOON, and Apple having tons of problems with 10.2.8, I wonder how many Mac users will be, like me, skipping 10.2.8 and going to Panther directly.
Microsoft, ECMA Seek C++ And CLI Binding
The Redmond, Wash.-based software giant said it is working through ECMA International, the Geneva-based standards organization, to push the development of a standard set of language extensions that will create a binding between the International Standards Organization (ISO) standard C++ programming language and Microsoft's Common Language Infrastructure (CLI).
Developers Gripe About IE Standards Inaction
Web developers want to light a fire under Microsoft to get better standards support in the company's Internet Explorer browser, but they can't seem to spark a flame.
Microsoft Readies Web Document Software
Microsoft has unveiled a lower-cost edition of its Web document management software for small and medium-size companies.
Microsoft Forges Ahead With IPTV Push
Microsoft said Thursday it is developing an Internet-based TV technology for cable and telecom operators that lets them deliver advanced video services, such as on-demand movies, using its Windows Media compression software.