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Monday, July 12, 2004

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iTunes Music Store Hits 100 Million Song Milestone
by Peter Cohen, MacCentral
Apple's iTunes Music Store has sold 100 million songs, according to a graphic that greets visitors to Apple's Web site home page.


iPod Undermines Microsoft On Copy-Locked CDs
by John Borland, CNET
The two companies responsible for most copy-protected CDs are scrambling to create new versions of their technologies that are compatible with Apple's iPod.

Macworld's Back In Beantown
by Leander Kahney, Wired News
For many, it matters not that the biggest vendors in the Apple universe are missing from this week's Macworld. The event is about the commnity, anyway.

The Little Apple: It's A Different, Samller Macword With Co. Out After NYC-Hub Move
by Greg Gatlin, Boston Herald
Many of the computer world's largest players are also skipping the event. And yet IDG says its smaller show this year is still generating excitement among Mac users and exhibitors.

DisplayWatcher: Run Scripts Based On Mac Display Arrangement
by James Elliott, O'Reilly Network


Windows Update Will Be Late, Microsoft Says
by Mike Ricciuti, CNET
Microsoft said Monday that the long-awaited update of Windows XP will be sent to manufacturing in August, a month later than expected.

Microsoft Preps 'Windows Marketplace'
by Mary Jo Foley, Microsoft Watch
From a link on the Windows Start button, customers will be able to go to a one-stop shop for Microsoft and third-party software and services.

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