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Saturday, May 01, 2004

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Apple Patches QuickTime Flaw
by Robert Lemos, CNET
Apple issued on Friday a security advisory and fix for a QuickTime flaw that the company describes as a minor issue, but which is classified as a serious problem by the firm that found the vulnerability.


Steve Kalalian: Digital Imaging On Steroids
by Barbara Gibson, Apple
"We have the absolute best equipment and crew, from the latest G5s full of RAM to the latest digital camera backs."

James Ehrlich: Flour Power Wins Fans For "Hippy Gourmet"
by Bija Gutoff, Apple
The Mac, Final Cut Pro and community access TV — that's the all-powerful combination for us."

Apple Offers Potential Fix For iPod Updater Problems
by MacNN


The Game Room: Feel The Force
by Peter Cohen, Macworld


Microsoft Wants To Get Devices Talking
by Ina Fried, CNET
Hoping to make the digital living room a bit less complicated, Microsoft plans next week to discuss a new method for Windows software to talk to various digital devices.

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