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Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Apple Starts 'Take-Back' Computer Recycling Program

Apple on Wednesday announced the launch of its free computer "Take-Back" program, which it offers to buyers of new Macs at stores in the 48 contiguous United States. Under the terms of the program, Apple will recycle unwanted computers regardless of manufacturer.

New York Apple Store Lovers Tell Proposal Story

A Night In The Box

We spent twelve hours in the new Apple store, shopping, surfing the web, fiddling with shiny new gadgets, craving sleep, trying to find what kind of people shop for Airport Express Stations at 3.00 a.m., and generally overstaying our welcome.

iPods At Work Not Just For Play

Apple Punishes Samsung For iPod 'Gaffe'

After an apparent "gaffe" by an executive from Samsung, Apple has reportedly "punished" the South Korean semiconductor giant by maintaining its MP3 chip alliance with SigmaTel, according to an analyst.

Microsoft Release Wireless Keyboard And Mouse For Mac


Combatting The Competition

It's easy to make fun of SanDisk and Creative for their weak efforts to overtake the iPod, but what would you do if you were in their shoes?


Making (More) Use Of The Menu Bar

Teddy Factory

Popcorn 2.0: DVD Backup Software Gains New Life As Handheld Video Conversion Tool

You can produce higher-quality video with other video editing software, but for ease of use, Popcorn 2 is hard to beat.



You know all those scratches on iPods and iPod nanos? Unique signatures for pairing lost or stolen iPods with their rightful owners.

Somebody start a business, quick.


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