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Thursday, December 23, 2004


iTunes Producer Patent

Last week, Apple Computer filed a patent application covering the iTunes Producer application and backend architecture, used for managing and sending music to the iTunes Music Store.

Year In Review: iPods Rule As Courts Reason

Most Apple Stores Open Until Midnight On Dec 23

Rogue Amoeba Annouces Slipstream For AirPort Express

Slipstream allows audio from any application to be heard through remote speakers attached to Apple's AirPort Express.


Beckoned By The Mac

Readers Weigh In On Apple And Possibility Of 'Halo Effect'

All I Want For Christmas Is BBOutliner

EU And Real networks Gift-Wrap Europe For Apple This Christmas

In one of the great legal ironies of the decade, Real Networks has done some quality legal and lobbying work that will help Apple more than it helps Real.


Streaming iTunes From Ubuntu

On The Radar

A couple of very cool audio utilities for the Macintosh have passed before my gaze in the last week. Although they perform different functions, they have one thing in common: Blessed simplicity.

Exporting QuickTime Movies With Simple Video Out X


It's That Time Of The Year Again

Going to Macworld SF? Here's a guide from Your Mac Life.


Europe Rejects Microsoft's Bid To Preserve Bundling Plan

A European court swept aside Microsoft's objections yesterday and ordered it to offer a version of its Windows operating system without its software for playing digital music and movies on personal computers.

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