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Thursday, May 27, 2004

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Mac OS X 10.3.4 Released; Panther Server Updated
by Jim Darlymple, MacCentral
The Mac OS X 10.3.4 update includes many improvements to applications and networking technology.


Analysts: Apple Could Benefit From PC Upswing
by Blane Warrene, MacNewsWorld
"Expiring OS support will play a significant role in driving PC replacements going forward." For Apple, this is an opportunity to acquire new customers.

June Date For 64-Bit Linux On G5
by PC Pro
Terra Soft's Y-HPC, the 64-bit version of Yellow Dog Linux, is currently being tested on Apple's Xserve and Cluster Node servers.

MSN Vs. iTunes, iPod
by Todd Bishop, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"The proposition is that you can buy a number of different devices with the MSN Music service as opposed to just a single device from Apple."

A 3G Data Card For Your Mac?
by Graeme Wearden, ZDNet UK
iBook and Powerbook users currently can't use the UK's only 3G data service, but Vodafone is working on a fix.

Mac Users, Developers Reconciled To Security Threats
by Ian Betteridge, eWeek


Why I Am Not A Platform Zealot
by Justin Gehtland, O'Reilly Network
Every OS has its place, its uses, and most importantly, its quirks.

Just A Thought: Sniffing Around For The Econo Mac
by Vern Seward, Mac Observer
People won't bother to even look at the nice smelling Mac because it cost far more than what they would pay for 'good enough'.


The Mac Gets Its Big Break: A Role In Home Theaters
by J.D. Biersdorfer, New York Times
The EyeHome digital media player is a small silver box that links the Mac to the television set so that music, photo and video files stored on the computer's hard drive can be seen and heard through the TV and home theater system.

Use A Windows Keyboard On Your Mac With uControl
by Dan Knight, Low End Mac
Whether you're looking to add an external keyboard to your portable or need to replace a keyboard you've spilled liquids into and can't find a Mac keyboard, this freeware utility is great.


Poor Herman
by Heng-Cheong Leong

A lesson to all marketers out there: name your products carefully. Don't be like Herman Melville, whose famous novel has its name changed recently by Apple to "Moby D**k."

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