Monday, June 28, 2004
'QuickTime Bug' To Capture Imagery Of America
Famous immersive photographer Dennis Biela will capture imagery of America from the driver's seat of a specially-outfitted Volkswagen Bug using Apple technology.
OS X And iPod Lure Windows Users To Mac
The advent of Apple's Mac OS X and the wild sucess of its iPod portable music players have got many Windows PC users thinking about a possible switch to the Macintosh platform.
Huge Gaps In Europe's iTunes
Angered, many consumers have turned the iTunes software against its maker in a public demonstration against the shortage of indie labels.
Riches For Retired Apple CFO
Fred Anderson began his retirement from Apple Computer by picking up almost $6 million from exercising options and selling shares in the Cupertino computer maker's stock.
Revenge Of The Nerd
The Briton who designed the iPod has beaten ex-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney, Bono and Bob Dylan in a music power list.
RealNetworks Announces RealPlayer 10 For Mac OS X
The newest RealPlayer enables Mac users to take advantage of audio and video content in many of hte major Internet media formats.
Apple Blasts Microsoft's Longhorn
At its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple has taken a rather large shot at Microsoft's Longhorn.
The iPod, The Must-Have New Toy Of Generation Next
It sems that the iPod has transcended the IT world to enter the realm of consumer products.
News In A Nutshell
The underlying problem isn't operating system security or even the vendor runaround but, rather, people who just read headlines or summaries of security news and then form opinions based on this information — or lack thereof.
Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright
My real concern lies with the hundreds of editors who will have to provide pithy, cliche-ridden titles featuring the word Tiger only moments after the keynote ends.
Worms 3D is a great multiplayer game.
New (Local) Mac OS X Vulnerability: Passwords In Swap Files
Passwords should never be stored in clear text anywhere.
Microsoft Prepares For Search Assault
Microsoft plans to kick off a series of improvements to its search capabilities starting in July as it looks to compete with heavyweights Google and Yahoo, Bill Gates said Monday.
EU Temporarily Lifts Microsoft Antitrust Ruling
The European Union on Sunday temporarily lifted its order to Microsoft to change the way it sells software in Europe until the EU high court has heard the company's request for a final appeal of the landmark antitrust decision.