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Monday, July 19, 2004

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Apple Introduces Fourth-Generation iPod
by Peter Cohen, MacCentral
Apple on Monday introduced its fourth generation iPod, revised with a new interface similar to that found on the iPod mini and a new feature called Shuffle Songs.

iTunes Shore Up Its Defenses As Rivals Prepare To Invade
by Laurie J. Flynn, New York Times
With more competitors in online music, Apple will have to work hard to keep market share.


iTunes Leisurely Pace Frustrating For Some
by Sholto Macpherson, The Australian
Apple Austrlia won't comment on the delay in introducing a local version of iTunes, much to the frustration of its customers.

HP iPod To Be Released In September
by MacMinute
"We decided to wait for this amazing new fourth generation iPod, as it will offer our customers an even better experience."

Salling Clicker 2.2 Expands Device Support
by MacNN
Version 2.2 adds new digital controllers for the Squeezebox, EyeTV, and VLC; improved PowerPoint control; Italian, French, German, and Russian localizations; and support for more devices.

Radio's Future 'In iPod's Hands'
by Macworld UK
New research suggests the iPod — rather than the Internet, 3G or media fragmentation — will have the greatest impact on the future of radio.

Apple Partners See Strong Sales Gains
by Steven Burke, CRN
Apple solution providers gathered for the Macworld Conference & Expo in Boston this week say they are seeing strong sales growth this year.

Apple To Open New Minnesota Store
by MacMinute

9-11 Commission Hearings Available Free At iTMS
by MacNN


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A New iPod, At Last
by Jason Snell, Macworld
Three cheers for the new iPods, which borrow from the Mini in just the right way.


First Pocket PC Virus Discovered
by BBC News
"Owners of Pocket PCs should not lose any sleep over this virus, although it might be a taste of things to come in the future."

The MSN Butterfly Begins To Break Free
by Saul Hansell, New York Times
After years of struggle, Microsoft's online unit is beginning to show signs of life.

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