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Tuesday, November 8, 2005


iPod Class Action Lawsuit Goes International

Lawyers representing users of a class action lawsuit filed in the United States that purchased iPod nanos have now filed suits on behalf of users in the United Kingdom and Mexico.

New iPod Means More TV Time, But Is It Needed?

The first words Sterling resident Leewood Lane, 19, uttered upon viewing Apple's latest iPod model: "I actually think it's better than my own TV at home."

Over 1 Million Winodws To Mac Converts So Far In 2005?

"If we assume that all of the growth in Mac shipments during the past three quarters resulted from Windows users purchasing a Mac, then purchases by Windows users exceeded one million."

NBC Says Safeguards Needed For Wider Programming

NBC Universal is prepared to offer more programming in new media outlets but is not yet assured of the protections against piracy in some venues, the media company's chairman and chief executive said on Monday.

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Celebrates The Homebrew Computer Club Turning 30


The Score So Far: Dad 0, iPod $1,700

Steve Jobs got me spending money I don't have faster than I can count it. And it all started with a 3 1/2-ounce gizmo that is taking over the world.

Mac Takes Bite Out Of Windows

A lot of techies I know, including some former Micro-softies, have switched. Among holdouts, I kept hearing their next computer would be a Mac.

iPod Video Confessional



Planning For Your Holiday Destination?

Need to check whether there's an Apple Store nearby? Now, you can, thanks to who has mapped out each and every store in the States on Google Map.


Microsoft's 'Live' Isn't New

Microsoft, with its Live software-as-a-service initiative, is late to the hosted online app game.

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