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Saturday, June 4, 2005


Dual-Core PowerPC G5s Due For Apple

The company will pack a forthcoming dual-core PowerPC 970 processor into future Mac desktop and even notebooks, analysts predict.

Digital Neural Axis: Evolutionary Leap

"We realized that we were going to need a very smooth pipeline to handle this much work."

Catherine Margerin: A Little Bit Of Hope

"Final Cut Pro HD made it very easy to create an offline project by capturing and compressing the footage on the fly, using the offline photo-jpeg codec."

The State Of Mac OS X Security

The security experts tend to agree that Mac security is solid, but social engineering has a key role in whether OS X remains secure.

Apple Shares Dip On iPod Sales Reports

Shares of Apple slid nearly 5 percent Friday following reports that sales of its iPod digital music player appear to be slowing.

Apple Announces Free iPod Recycling Program

Those who drop off an iPod, iPod mini or iPod photo will receive a 10 percent discount on the purchase of a new iPod that day.

Apple Offers New HomePage Templates


Fat Shuffles: Is More Better?

It seems to me that a 4GB music player cries out for navigation controls more extensive than Next and Previous Track.


Rumor Today: It's Here! It's Finally Here!

For those who are still holding out from buying a Macintosh laptop, it's finally here (if you can believe today's rumor): Powerbook G5.

Prices start at $1,699.


The Grilled Chicken Foldover is my current favorite McDonald's food right now, although what you see is not that great.

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