Thursday, April 22, 2004
Apple: Poetry In Motion
Compositing tour-de-force Motion introduced at NAB 2004.
iTunes 'Could Cost $2.49 Per Song'
The major labels are looking at increasing the price of iTunes Music Store downloads to as much as $2.49 — with experts predicting the move could kill the service.
Resellers To Picket At Apple Shareholder Meeting
Elite Computers & Software, MACadam Computers and MacTech Systems will picket at Apple's annual meeting of shareholders tomorrow.
New San Jose Apple Store Coming In December
At Shoppingtown Oakridge Mall on Dec 1.
iTunes Offer Exclusive Disney Soundtrack Catalog
iTunes Music Store will be the exclusive digital music catalog of Walt Disney soundtracks through September 30th. Users can access the soundtracks through a new "Disney" genre page.
Price Hike Will Sink iTunes
The record industry still don't seem to understand that the major reason people flocked to free downloading services is because music simply costs too much.
PC Mission: Big Value, Small Price
The eMac was by far the easiest to set up of all the machines I tried out. Software compatibility is still the Mac's Achilles' heel, however.
When TV Is The Apple Of Your Eye
More work is needed on the user interface and in the editing facilities in EyeTV, but there are bound to come.
Yet another Apple Store in Japan, this time in Osaka. "The flagship store will be large enough to sport a number of architectural advancements that won't be found in any of the company's U.S. locations."
Or why you should always tell your wife what you are up to.
I've just come across a piece of code with the following comment (paraphase): "This function returns 0 when is true, and 1 when is false. Please be aware when testing as a boolean."
Microsoft Tells Judge About Licensing Changes
Critics question if the court-sanctioned antitrust remedy is working.
Next Microsoft Tablet PC Software Renamed
"We had been referring to it as 2004, but with a mid-year availability date, we determined a 2005 name would suit it better."
Microsoft Holds Out Antitrust Olive Branch
Microsoft has offered to prolong a program that licenses some Windows communications standards to rivals, aiming to address criticism that the program has taken too long to get working.