Mac News for Mac Users

You are here : MyAppleMenu > 2003 > 11 > 29

Saturday, November 29, 2003


Satisfied iPod Owner Creates His Own Web Page To Counter The Claims Of The iPod's Dirty Little Brothers
by Bill Palmer

The Golden Age Of Gadgets
by Sonia Zjawinski, Wired
Ever since Apple's little MP3 player, the best toys come from the PC biz.

Boyzone Star Hosts Virgin iPod Bash
by Macworld UK
Pop heartthrob Ronan Keating launched Apple's iPod Advent campaign at Virgin's London Oxford Street superstore last night.

Apple Leads Traffic To Computer Web Sites, Nielsen/NetRatings Reports

Ive 'Hero' — Official
by Macworld UK
Apple's vice president of industrial design Jonathan Ive has been proclaimed a 'Hero', winning a prestigious BIMA award.

iPod Wins A Prize
by Macworld UK
Apple won a second BIMA (British Interactive Media Association) award last night — iPod won the Special Award for Hardware.


Porting iChat
by Spymac
While porting iLife to Windows would be a bad idea, there is some merit in the idea of porting iChat.


Fast And Furious G5
by Chris Oaten, The Advertiser
This is a genuinely impressive kit with loads of wow factor. In anyone's language.

Transitioning To PowerMail 4.2.1
by Rob McNair-Huff, Mac Net Journal
If you want a powerful and fast email client that works reliably with large volumes of mail, PowerMail is worth a look.


Saturday, November 29, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

AN APPLE A DAY : Apple Catholic, mixing spirituality and technology.

RUMOR DU JOUR : Apple iBook will transition to IBM chipset. Bye bye, Motorola.

FAST, FASTER, FASTEST : Alienware claims the "world's fastest personal computer" title.

ORCHESTRAL BACKING provided by a spiffy Apple iPod mp3 player.


Microsoft Probes New Explorer Holes
by Reuters
Microsoft is investigating a report of seven new security holes in its Internet Explorer browser discovered by a Chinese researcher, a company spokesman said on Friday.

MyAppleMenu is edited by Heng-Cheong Leong. This site is not affiliated with Apple Computer, Inc. or any other companies in any manner. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh, Power Macintosh, PowerBook, iMac, iBook, iPod, and eMac are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. All other brands or product names are trademarks of their registered holders. Copyright © 1996-2004 Heng-Cheong Leong. All rights reserved. MyAppleMenu supports the Open Link Policy.