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Wednesday, November 24, 2004

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Apple iPod Holds Sway In Japan

In Japan, home to four of hte world's top-five consumer electronics companies by sales, advance orders made Apple's iPod mini the top-selling portable player three weeks before its July 24 release. It still is.


Give Your iPod Fifteen Minutes Of Clubbing Fame

North London digital music lovers have a new forum where they can share their musical taste in a democratic clubbing experience — Playlist Club.

Watson Now Available For Free

It should be noted that some of Watson's tools are no longer functional, and developer Dan Wood said he cannot update the program because of the deal with Sun.

Apple Launches New Student Site With Blog

Bluetooth Update Improves Performance, Reliability


Mo' Better Podcast Listening!

While there's no way to delete content directly on your iPod, I think I've come up with a way that might be even better!

Modifying Stickies

In this article, you're about to learn how to update your Stickies applications to give it abilities that its authors probably never considered.

A Company With Simple And Elegant Products

For as long as I've been writing for the Times, one company has consistently created clever, well-priced products — and I've never reviewed them. It's SanDisk, the memory-card maker. The trouble is that its products are so simple in concept, none of them really merits the full 1300-word "State of the Art" column treatment.


Rumor Of The Day: Apple May Go Galactic summarizes today's rumor: Apple's Asteroid, which allows musicians easily plug their analog gear into a Mac.

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