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Sunday, April 17, 2005


The iPod Doc Helps The Technically Challenged

Dr. Hyung Chun is a graduate of Harvard University who researches cardiovascular medicine. But at night and on weekends, when he sheds his lab coat, Chun rifles through stacks of CDs and becomes a physician for iPods.

Sony Boombox To Support iTunes

The Sony internet boombox will have full support for iTunes, it has emerged. Dubbed the NAS-CZ1, the sleek black unit plays MP3, WAV, ACC and WMA, including DRM-iTunes music.

When The Work Is A Workstation

If you buy a work from Lucas Samaras's current show at the PaceWildenstein and Pace/MacGill galleries, you'll need $15,000 — and a small moving truck. For your money, you'll get not just 4,432 photographs and 60 movies, but also the Mac Mini computer on which they're stored, an Apple Cinema HD display, an Ikea Hannes desk and two Design Within Reach chairs.

Boom In Music Downloads

Redden Misled Board About Laptop Study?

Cobb schools Superintendent Joe Redden failed to inform the board members that laptop supplier Apple Computer had arranged for University of Georgia to conduct the evaluation study and not the school district.


iPod Vs. Cell Phones, Part Deux


Why Is The iPod Not An Appliance Yet?

Because toasters don't need reset buttons.

Be Prepared — With Your iPod

If you train for a marathon with an iPod, how many songs do you really need? Well, if you are Bruce Angus, 3,084.

Never Be The Really Early Adopter

Looks like there are some problems with the new Safari included in Mac OS X 10.3.9.

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