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Saturday, April 1, 2006


iPods On The Job

Watson and his staff are among a new wave of workers who play MP3 devices on the job.

The Appeal Of Apple

It has flirted with disaster but the firm that changed the way we work is 30 today.

Apple And Microsoft Oddest Of Odd Couples

Apple, Record Labels Divided Over iTunes Pricing

iPod Teaching Coke To Sing?

When the grand old man of consumer brands, Coke, found it had lost a little of its shimmer, it turned to the latest brand sensation — the iPod — for inspiration.

30 (Well, 24) Years Of Apple Coverage

When PC Magazine ran our first cover story on Apple, IBM was the upstart, Apple IIs dominated the personal-computing landscape, and we focused exclusivel on the IBM PC platform.

Apple Tunes In To World Domination

Apple's iTunes music store seems to be rapidly becoming one of the most powerful retailers in the history of the world.

Michael Mattioli: "Building Green" On PBS

The cost-effective Mac-based editing solution made it feasible for Contreras and Mattioli to conceive, create — and fund — the show themselves.

iTunes Almost Saves The Music Industry

30 Years Of Apple: Assessing Apple's Impact

Everyone from former employees to industry watchers agrees that Apple has had a profound impact on technology, innovating and influencing not only how we use computers but the what we use them for.


With iPod, It's Easy To Run Into Isolation

Looking To A Fruitful Future For Apple

So come on Steve, Apple's 30 and the time is now ripe to take the enterprise seriously. If you do, you might just find yourself pushing at an open door.

iHate iTunes

When I downloaded iTunes onto my computer, I sold my soul to Apple.


Business Accounting Software: MYOB Provides Full-Featured Accounting For Large And Small Businesses, But QuickBooks Lags

Wildlife Tycoon: Venture Africa

Wildlife Tycoon: Venture Africa is a strategy game that places an emphasis on understanding nature, not destroying things. It's a nice change of pace!

Test Drivers

Will older peripherals continue to work on an Intel-based Macintosh like my applications using the Rosetta emulation technology do, or will their drivers require an update?


The Greatest And The Earliest

Just as Apple is building some of the world's most advanced personal computers, someone else in Apple is re-building one of the world's earliest computers, using Lego. Introducing, the Difference Engine.

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