Thursday, June 10, 2004
Apple Releases iTunes 4.6
The new version was first mentioned earlier this week with the introduction of AirPort Express, and adds the ability to play music wirelessly over AirPort Express using a new technology called AirTunes.
QuickTime 6 Downloads Top 250 Million, Says Apple
Apple on Thursday announced that more than 250 million copies of its QuickTime 6 software have been downloaded in less than two years since its release.
New G5s Offer Easy-Migration Feature
The Setup Assistant application will transfer your files and preferences from your old Mac to your new one, reducing one of the big hassles that comes with moving to a new Mac.
Apple Offers Preview Of Spoken Interface Technology
Apple today began notifying select customers of a preview program for its forthcoming new spoken interface for Mac OS X.
Mac G5 Laptops Planned; OS 9 Finally Canned
User shouldn't expect to see a PowerBook G5 before the end of the year because of the challenges of putting the G5 in a small enclosure.
The iPod-iTunes Phenomenon
Much work is ahead for Apple.
Tiger: The End Of The Macintosh Finder?
I'd like to see Apple go ahead and finish the job when it comes to building out the applications and interface to the point that we never have to "go to the Finder" again... unless we really want to.
Apple Hits A High Note With Express
Its new wireless router that also streams music to a stereo or Wi-Fi speakers will liberate digital tunes from the computer.
"If Steve is willing to toss AirTunes and new G5's out there so casually just three weeks before his biggest Keynote of the year, then you'd better believe that he's got some even better sutff up his sleeve."
Apple CEO Jobs Misses '3GHz G5 Within A Year' Prediction By A Wide Margin
Jobs should stop making public predictions that he cannot back up and cannot accurately predict.
A Love Letter To An iPod Mini
Everyone talks about the iPod Mini's buffed casing and overall style, but a big part of its elegance is the interface and controls.
Here is yet another guide of turning your PC into something that looks like a Mac.