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Tuesday, November 29, 2005


Consumers Can Personalize Their iPods With Assorted Accessories

Apple Climbs As Analysts Raise Targets

Apple shares rose to a new all-time high Monday on upbeat comments from several Wall Street analysts after a strong start to holiday sales of the company's iPod music players.

Pair Of Apple Products Leaves Sour Taste

Researchers at eEye Digital Security have taken a bite out of two popular Apple products, flagging two critical vulnerabilities in the iTunes and QuickTime applications. The flaws, which put millions of Windows users at risk of code execution attacks, remain unpatched.

Updates From Bare Bones

Tech Stocks Decline After Recent Gains

Technology stock fell overall Monday following recent gains that had sent the Nasdaq Composite Index to its best levels in four and a half years, though shares of both Apple and Intel clung to gains on upbeat analyst comments.


The Apple Of Her Eye

I'm thinking that maybe I need to spend a little less time on my Powerbook.


Dreaming Of A White Christmas

Please, don't make me part with this wonderful machine.

How Do You Give Someone An iPod That Is Pre-Loaded With Tunes From The iTunes Store

It's a hack that Apple has packaged as a feature.

iPod Photo Extractor

How do you get photos off the iPod?

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words


Rumor Today: The Mac Mini We Are All Waiting For

Think Secret: The new Mac mini project, code-named Kaleidoscope, will feature an Intel processor and include both Front Row 2.0 and TiVo-like DVR functionality.

Now, aren't you glad that you haven't spend all your annual Apple budget this past Black Friday? :-)

AAAS Warns Pat Robertson

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS): If there is a disaster in your area, don't turn to Science, you just rejected it from your life."

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