Friday, April 23, 2004
Apple Polishes Its Store Layout, Design
Ron Johnson headed Apple's retail strategy, and he told Jobs that he didn't want to create just another computer shop.
Jobs, Apple Shareholders Talk Marketshare, Real, More
"Engineering — if you're innovating and not just shipping the same product everyone else is — isn't just a science, it's an art."
Apple Not US-Centric, Jobs Tells Shareholders
"Apple ships localized versions of its products at the same time as the US version in most cases. Apple has online stores in many international markets, and a Apple reail store in Toyo Japan, and plans to open a second in Osaka and in London later this year.
Expression 3.3 Now Available From Microsoft
"Vector-based stylish drawing and illustration software."
Apple Among Companies In Patent Infringement Suit
The patent relates to digital image compression, and fields of use include any digital still image device used to compress, store, manipulate, print or transmit digital still images such as digital cameras.
More Mac Voyeurs: Lots More
There are legions of them out there.
How Does A 0% Lease Sound?
If you need a new Apple hardware, now might be the time to grab it. 0% is pretty good.
Apple's Jobs Says Open iPod A No-Go
Steve Jobs publicly dismissed on Thursday an overture from RealNetworks to open up the iPod, saying such a move does not make business sense.
Interview: Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen
"It doesn't make sense for us to take our resources and try to compete directly with [Apple]."
MP3 Player Magic Number: 1,000 Songs
One thousand songs, or about the capacity of Apple's iPod mini, is "about the right size" for an MP3 player, according to a survey by Jupiter Research.
Boardroom Despatches: Apple's Rebirth
The lesson to take from Apple is all about an organisation and leader that can learn from its past.
The machine is a victory of form over substance, of wide-screen real estate over actual performance. Whatever its limitations, it looks great on your desk.
No Limits Roller Coaster
While I continue to enjoy it immensely, it will probably seem to be more of a novelty to most folks.
A dozen (and one) RSS feeds from Washington Post is now available.
Some assembly required.
Report: Why EU Socked It To Microsoft
The European Commission has more than doubled the fine it had originally planned because of Microsoft's considerable financial resources, according to the full text of the decision.
Microsoft Beats Forecasts, But Legal Costs Hurt
Microsoft reported on Thursday fiscal third-quarter revenue above expectations but saw its earnings dented by the costs of a fine by the European Union and its settlement with Sun.