Monday, June 21, 2004
Apple Announces Remote Desktop 2
Apple Remote Desktop 2 includes more than 50 new features for centrally managing Mac OS X systems.
Canada, iTunes' Next Online Target
'On Steve Jobs' radar now," says EMI's CEO.
Mac-Friendly Arts Center
The music theory department where the tablet PCs are being tested bristles with Mac technology.
Apple Top On Design, Says MS
The computer industry has failed to follow Apple's lead on design, a Microsoft hardware boss has admitted.
Apple And iPod Boost English Football
Apple technology may have handed England its 3-0 victory against Switzerland last week. Segments of video briefly available online clealry shows that some England footballers like to chill out before a match — by listening to their favourite tracks on an iPod.
Apple Computer Loses Appeal Against China Trademark Panel Decision
Apple has lost a court appeal against a decision that rejected its application to have its trademark logo extended to cover clothing and other items in China, state media reported.
iTunes Is A Hit, But Will It Be A Star?
Apple's virtual music site wants 10% of total song sales, but in its present form that looks ambitious.
Fans Forge Future iPods
For a peek into the dark recesses of the iPod community's collective id, browse the gallery of iPod concept designs at the iPodlounge.
An Apple So Hot It's Liquid-Cooled
The heat problem is back, thanks to the chip makers' determination to obey Moore's Law.
Apple Resellers Expect Dual G5 Delays
"If there's one constant in life it's that there will be delays with any new Apple products."
iPod Minis Are In
In Huntsville iPod minis have been back ordered for months.
Digital Music Wars Play Out In Europe
The competition among online music services pits the titans of the technology world against each other. Getting ordinary web surfers to fall in love with these new offering smay prove anything but easy.
MP3 Players Fit The Bill
Audible.com is hoping the hype surrounding Bill Clinton's audio recording of his upcoming memoir "My Life" will make it a household name.
Apple Impresses With New Xserve Hardware
Feature for feature, Apple's Xserve holds its own against anything I'vve seen in a Xeon- or Opteron-based system, and forthcoming additions will only sweeten the pot.
Can you recognize any of these Macintosh software developers?