Friday, April 16, 2004
At List Price Or More, The iPod Mini Is One Big HIt
"As soon as they come in, they're out the door."
Key Apple Shareholder Snags Votes, Makes Demands
The California Public Employees' Retirement System, the biggest U.S. pension fund, said on Thursday that it will withhold votes for Apple's entire board of directors, after it failed to implement a shareholder-approved proposal to treat stock options as an expense.
Apple Releases Final Cut Express 2.0.3
Fixes an issue with some cameras caused by conflicts between timecode breaks and dropped frames, resulting in incomplete capture.
Apple To Maintain Go-It-Alone Strategy
Apple is unlikely to abandon its go-it-alone stratey in the online music business in spite of the emergence of big new rivals and appeals for a closer alliance from RealNetworks, industry analysts said on Thursday.
Will iPod Suffer Fate Of The Mac?
Apple's apparanet cold shoulder to RealNetworks this week has once again put the company's "go it alone" strategy in the spotlight.
Apple Launches iPhoto Book Promo
Free standard shipping on all iPhoto books ordered between April 15 and June 15, 2004.
Why Apple Is Likely To Fall Victim To Success Of Fashionable iPod
There are three good reasons to think iPod sales will slump in the not too distant future — taking the shares in the same direction.
Why Apple's Faithful Will Not Prevail
No doubt my pleasure at Apple's misfortune will be put down to envy.
Mac.Ars Takes On Apple's Quarterly Earnings
Apple has a strong balance sheet, and a couple of winning products in the iPod and iBok. Will they be able to spread the love through their entire product line and reverse their market share decline?
Jobs To Glaser: Buzz Off
Glaser came to the negotiations with no bullets in the gun.
The Backup Boogaloo
If you're committed to a .Mac membership for its many other benefits, Backup is more than a nice bonus — it's a nice bonus that may one day save your bacon.