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Friday, February 18, 2005


Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Apple

A new class action lawsuit filed on Thursday against Apple alleges that the company has engaged in acts of unfair and unlawful business practi es, breach of contract, and misappropriation of trade secrets.

The Art Institute Of Fort Lauderdale: Welcome To The Real World

"At the end of the day, the professionalism inspired by our Mac system means we can meet deadlines and turn projects around a lot faster and smoother than many agencies staffed by more experienced folks."

Apple Releases Common Criteria Tools 1.0

The tools are an "internationally approved set of security standards which provides a clear and reliable evaluation of the security capabilities of Information Technology products."

Fidelity Now Apple's Top Investor

Fidelity Investments, the world's largest mutual fund firm, now is APple's biggest shareholder.

iPoddy-Pooper Thugs Attacking Schoolkids

City students have become victims of a rash of vicious iPod muggins and a spike in larcenies at schools.

Apple Stock Split: What Does It Mean?

"The more shares that are freely traded, the easier it is for big investors to get in and out of a stock."


Switching To A Mac — Ain't Ever Going Back

So it's goodbye protected mode. Shalom Ctrl-Alt-Delete. Auf weidersehen application registry. Meet me at autoexec.bat's silver anniversary party.

Delusional Mac Users Need Microsoft

While missteps seem to be the norm at Redmond lately they've got too much market presence to go down quickly.


Apple's Compact Mini Sure To Lure Mac-Phobic Buyers

The boldness and brilliance of the Mini concept is in the simple realization that this is 2005, not 1995, and there are monitors and keboards lying around all over the place.

iDVD 5: DVD-Creation Program Sees Refinement

iMovie HD: Addition Of HD Editing Steals Limelight From Other Useful Improvements

This is the version that loyal iMovie users have been waiting for.

In Depth Review Of Apple's iPod Shuffle

OS X Firewalls: Firewall Testing Explained

Apple Mac Mini: Smaller, More Stylish — And Cheaper Than A PC?

Monster Fair

Yet another jewel has been added to the crown of LittleWing who remains the king of pinball games.

A Podcast Of Your Own

Tools and techniques for making your voice heard.


Rumor Today: New iPod Minis

My iPod mini is going obsolete real soon now, if reports by AppleInsider is to be believed.

Rumor Today: And New iMacs Too?

AppleInsider: Like the iPod mini, iMacs are suddenly reflecting wait times of 7-10 business days for direct orders from Apple online store.


I have no idea how a parent will feel if his 14-year-old daughter got caught shoplifting... and I'm so afraid I will 12 years later.


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