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Friday, November 4, 2005


Video And The Podcasting Star

A podospheric migration to video has begun, but it's been hardly at the breaknect pace seen in June when Apple released the podcasting-capable iTunes 4.9 software.

Xbox 360 And iPod Interoperability? Sort Of

Microsoft built its iPod connection without the support of the folks at Apple.

Stanford Using iTunes To Take Lectures Global

Stanford is the first university to use iTunes as a tool for the public distribution of content.

iPod Steps Up Its Game

Playboy, Penthouse May Make Adult Movies For Apple's Video iPod

Is Apple Moving Away From Its Computer Roots?

Despite restructuring and iPod's role in boosting Apple's fortunes, analysts still see the Mac as an important part of the company's offerings.


A Few Things To Say

I'll never be going back to PC.

iPod Video Plugged Into Your TV: Is It Good Enough?

The answer: It is amazingly good.

Whither Widgets?


Swift Publisher 1.0: Inexpensive, Easy-To-Use Application Makes Desktop Publishing A Breeze

While it lacks a certain amount of polish, Swift Publisher is nonetheless an excellent choice for your basic desktop publishing needs.

PowerBook G4s Boost Screen Resolution, Battery Life

The latest imporvements to the PowerBook line are hardly revolutionary, but they're all welcome.

Finding Nemo: Learning With Nemo


Speculation Of The Day

Is Microsoft's Xbox 360 the real target of Apple's "Made for iPod" tax?

.Mac Competition Finally Here

Some of the features may be old wine (in new AJAX) bottle, while other features are still in vaporwave status today, but make no mistake: Microsoft's Windows Live is going to compete with Apple's .Mac service.

Apple, wake up. The competition is here. Time to shape up .Mac.

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