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Tuesday, June 28, 2005


Apple Adds iPod Photo Features To Entire iPod Line

Apple Quietly Cuts 1GB iPod Shuffle Price

Apple today quietly dropped the price of the 1GB iPod shuffle to $129, from $149.

iTunes 4.9 With Podcast Support Now Available

"With iTunes 4.9, you can now browse and subscribe to podcasts from within the iTunes Music Store."

Geek Chic: Old Computers As Collectibles

Remember the Apple II?

Apple Feels Intel Chill

Apple Reps Appearing At MUG Meetings, More

Apple is out in force around the globe with three different appearances at Mac User Group meetings.

Apple's Mac Seeds Take Root

Apple's increasingly look like it is as good a short-term trade here as it is a long-term investment.

Creative's Negativity Is Catching

Creative Technology reduced its sales outlook for the fourth quarter today. This news not only hit shares of Creative, but also dragged down shares of Apple somewhat.

Run OS X On An Xbox

Now, it's not an easy process. Oh, and in case you didn't already know: OS X will run more slowly than you could have ever imagined.

Apple Snaps Up Three Industrial Design Excellence Awards


Mac OS X 10.4 Screen Rotation And Gather Windows

There's a somewhat-hidden feature in Mac OS X 10.4 that allows you to rotate any monitor in increments of 90 degrees.


New Mac Portable Worth A Tryout

You Type, It Typinates

A TV Watching Monster

The basic advantage of the iTV Link over Apple's Mini-DVI to Video Adapter is the addition of audio.


Rumor Today: iTunes — Podcast Edition

Dave Winer: Heard on the Bay Area grapevine, Tuesday is a big day for ITunes and podcasting. The client ships with RSS 2.0-with-enclosures support, and Apple will announce a big corporate content partnership.

Rumor Today: iTunes Phone

John Borland, CNET: French newspaper giant Le Figaro has a piece saying the iTunes-compatible phone... with finally launch tomorrow, with at least one American phone carrier agreeing to support it.


Microsoft's Gates: I Still Believe In Tablet PC

Bill Gates said Monday he still believes in the tablet PC form-factor and repeated a prediction that, with better hardware and software, it could still dominate over traditional laptop PCs.

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