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Saturday, February 26, 2005


Radio Slayer?

Apple CFO Muses On iPod Halo Effect, Mac Mini, More

Although Apple's marketshare hasn't moved significantly yet, Peter Oppenheimer said there is anecdotal evidence to suggest that things are moving in that direction, including a steady stream (in the range of low to mid 40 percent) of first-time Mac buyers at the Apple retail stores and increased uptake of iBook and PowerBook systems by high school and college students who have already bought iPods.

Analyst Expects 5M iPod Shuffles, 900K Mac Minis In 2005

shuffle's On To Dress Up Baby iPod

The shuffle to accessorize Apple's smallest iPod is on.

Doom 3 For Mac Goes Gold, Shipping March 14


Turn On The Wireless, Apple

I'm still waiting (and so are many Apple retailers.)

Thinking Inside The Box

I'd like to posit that the packaging that surrounds the iPod serves a purpose greater than encasing Apple's music player in a pretty wrapper. It also speaks volumes (okay, maybe short stories) about how Apple preceives its player.

iPod Photo? Stick To Music

It's impossible to do all core tasks equally well, even within a single application like music.


What's NeXT?

After conquering the desktop and portable MP3 music market, and with the cellphone market competition in progress, Apple will need to look ahead — far ahead — for the next big market to penetrate with its iTunes Music Store.

How about the toothbrush tunes market?


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