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Tuesday, February 22, 2005


iPod Craze Is Music To The Ears Of Investors

Every Apple stockholder has a different story.

Moto Exec Drops AirPod Hint

A Motorola executive has hinted that Apple will deliver a wireless iPod.

Surprise! Young Adults Biggest iPod Fans

Apple Computer Founder And Community Speak On Tiger Leak Defendants

"Everything fits into place that this is an unintentional oversight... I wish that Apple could find some way to drop the matter."

iPod People

The popular digital players are popping up in unexpected corners of everyday life, from the pub to the classroom.

Apple Job Posting Suggests Better iPod Games To Come

A recent job posting from APple on Gamasutra, a recruiting site for the game industry, seeks a programmer with "experience working with embedded systems" who would in part be "responsible for rapidly developing memory and performance optimized software solutions to complex problems."

Apple Claims iPod Halo Effect Brightens Mac Sales

Apple Computer Australia is on a roll — and not just because of the amazing iPod music player. The company increased its Down Under sales of Macintosh computers by a massive 49.1 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2004, according to IDC market research.


My iPod Fights For Right To Rock Out

To test this, I devise an experiemnt: I would selet Shuffle Songs and scroll through the 1,671 songs on [my iPod]. If, within the first 10 songs of each shuffling, [my iPod] chose a Beastie tune, my hypothesis would be correct.


Curing Clutter WIth Curio

If you can imagine slicing through the soup of chaos — the chaos of your hard disk or hte chaos of your mind — with a few bright, simple drawings, then Curio beckons like a lighthouse in the darkness.

Mac Mini Stylish At Good Price

If you're interested in dabbling in Mac land, it's hard to beat the price. The Mac mini might well convince PC geeks like me to switch, and it sre looks a lot better on my dining room table than any PC ever has.


Rumor Today: New iPod Photo

Just because wait time has increased, claimed AppleInsider.

Update: Oh, and now AppleInsider is further reporting that "sources say Apple has requested that some dealers return their stock of iPod photo players to the company's supply bases."


64-Bit Chips To Be Unveiled By Intel

Intel is expected to introduce today its first desktop computer processors capable of powerful 64-bit computing.

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