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Friday, April 1, 2005


Apple Turns 29 Today

The company was initiated on April 1, 1976, when Steve Jobs was just 21, and co-founder Steve Wozniak was 25.

Apple Computer Improves Product Availability

Piper Jaffray said that over the last several weeks, the estimated time to ship every Apple product either remained the same or was reduced except for the iPod U2.

Apple, Microsoft Prepare For War With New Systems


Biting At Apple


A Quick Look At Apple's QuickTime

QuickTime is a mature, stable and extensible technology for content developers and consumers on many platforms and devices.


Darwinia deserves a place among this year's mor enoteworthy releases, but also screams for a sequel to please both fans and those put off by its current faults.


Happy Birthday, And We'll Double Your Mail Storage

You know, last year, when Google announced free 1GB of e-mail storage for everyone, almost everyone thought it was an April Fool's joke.

This year, Google announces they are doubling that to 2GB, after which a "yet-to-be-determined amount of extra storage" will also be added daily.

Oh, and Apple announces the iPotty.

Loyalty Is A Two-Way Street

... whether the company is an insurance company, or network television.

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