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Friday, July 2, 2004

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Apple Delays New iMac
by Carolyn Pritchard, CBS MarketWatch
Apple's shares fell 6 percent in Thursday's after-hours trading session after the company said it was delaying its new iMac until September, missing the important back-to-school shopping season.

Apple Says Will Delay New iMac
by Reuters
Apple says its next-generation iMac desktop computer will be delayed until September and that it has stopped taking orders for the current iMac. The delay means Apple will miss the crucial back-to-school season for the new iMac. "Our planning was obviously less than perfect."

See Also : Apple Delays New iMac by Ina Fried, CNET
"Why dont' they build a few extgra old ones in the meantime? It sort of seems odd."


iMac Delay Is Apple 'Buying Opportunity' — ANalysts
by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK
"It's a supply, not a demand issue. What's important is that the new model will be available for the Christmas selling season."

Searching For The Perfect OS
by Leander Kahney, Wired News
It may sound idiotically simple, but according to technology's leading seer, Apple CEO Steve Jobs, searching for information — not sorting it — is the wave of the future.

Microsoft, MYOB Added To Macworld Expo Exhibitor List
by MacCentral


Apple Must Make Strong Case For Xserve G5 Adoption
by Tom Yager, MacNewsWorld
Apple Xserve G5 is a powerful machine — just not in ways that are easy to get across to the IT market.

Dashboard III
by Dave Hyatt
This is a competitive web browser feature that has been fused with Expose.

Apple's Tiger Knows How To Hunt
by Peter Burrows, BusinessWeek
No matter how good it is, don't expect Tiger to boost the piddling 2% market share Apple has in operating system. But ultimately, its innovations always seem to find their way into general usage.


Command & Conquer: Generals
by Helmut Kobler, MacAddict

EyeTV 200
by Cathy Lu, MacAddict

FileMaker Pro 7
by Jack Miller, MacAddict

Interacrchy 7.0.1
by Mary Tyler, MacAddict
Interacrchy is still a great FTP client and a fantastic tool for basic network monitoring. But like many mature products, feature creep has created a level of complexity that will puzzle the clueless and clue-full alike.

iStopMotion 1.3
by Rick Sanchez, MacAddict

Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc
by John Lee, MacAddict
Rayman 3 offers frenetic combat and colorful, creative levels — the game is short, but you'll hae a grand old time while it lasts.

Snapz Pro X 2
by Helmut Kobler, MacAddict
If capturing movies is your thing, Snapz Pro 2 is a slam-dunk.

Studio Artist 3
by David Biedny, MacAddict
If you produce visual content on a Mac, get this program.

Total Immersion Racing
by John Lee, MacAddict
Total immersion Racing falls short of its own immersive goals. And while it offers some competitive fun on the circuit, we can think of more enjoyable ways to spend forty bucks.

TuneCast II
by Noah Tsutsui, MacAddict

WWDC Home Automation Recap
by Gordon Meyer, O'Reilly Network
A few dozen WWDC attendees got together to chat about Home Automation Using Mac OS X. Here's a list of some of the tools, products and websites that we discussed.


This Is The Policy
by Heng-Cheong Leong

I have a policy that this website will be the best Apple news headlines website ever. :-)

Question of the Day
by Heng-Cheong Leong

The question that must be on everyone's mind: "What forced Apple's hand?"

Last minute show-stopper bug? Last minute problem with the suppoly of G5 chips? Last minute discovery that Microsoft Office will not run on the new iMac?

Whatever it is, the problem is most likely discovered at the 11th hour. Wait for "Apple Confidential 3.0" to find out the what the problem is.

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