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Thursday, November 17, 2005


iTunes To Stop Going For A Song?

The 99-cents-per-song model could be history within the next year, execs at music giant EMI said yesterday.

Apple Offers Xsan 1.2 Updates

Indie High Street iPod Retail Chain Revealed

Apple iPod & iTunes Music Store Both Number One In Japan; iPod Market Share Nears 60-Percent

Fresh Filmmakers Go Hollywood

Report Studies The iPod Halo Effect


iPod Porn Pains Parents, Employers

iPods are becoming so ubiquitous and are so small, they are an easy vehicle for bringing pornography into the workplace.


Full Metal Jacket Addenda

Latest iMac Lets You Control It From Sofa

If you can live without TV tuners, these latest computers look mighty attractive — from virtually any seat.

The Power Mac G5 Quad: Seat Belt Not Included!

The improvements in speed in the new hardware are dramatic.

Digital Photographers: Macworld Gear Guide

VoIP And Me


Rumor Today: Intel-based iBook In January

Think Secret: Apple is planning to release its first entry-level iBook laptops with Intel processors next January... Apple will expand the iBook line with one additional model and will lower prices to entice current Windows users.

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