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Friday, June 23, 2006


Apple Still Displeased With French Music Bill

Leading French lawmakers voted Thursday to water down a draft copyright law that could force Apple to make its iPod music player and iTunes online store compatible with rivals' offerings. But the changes did not appear to go far enough to satisfy Apple, which dropped the strongest hint yet that it might withdraw from the French download market rather than comply.

Apple's Formula Computes

For now, Apple has the golden touch.

Some Couples Saying I Do And iPod

Podcasting wedding highlights is the latest craze.

Media Players Suck Flash Market Dry

The rising popularity of portable media players such as the iPod nano is outpacing the production capacity for flash memory, analyst firm Garnter warns.



Appel's MacBok Pro

TurboCAD 3D Macintosh


Microsoft Getting Into Webcams Too

I hope the LifeCams will support the Mac too, but I'm not holding my breath. And the quality of most Microsoft's hardware product is pretty good. So, compete away! The customers will be the winners.

Someone, though, must be sweating over at International Business Park, Jurong East. (That's where Creative HQ is situated in Singapore, if you didn't know.)

Not Invented Here? Not In Redmond

You know, Bill Gates bowing out, and getting Ray Ozzie to replace him, is probably one evidence that Bill doesn't believe in the Not-Invented-Here mindset.

Maybe Bill Gates should try hiring Steve Jobs onto his board and re-do Microsoft's own digital entertainment strategy?

Global Edition

Some days, I wish I can get Comedy Central here in Singapore... (Futurama is back.)

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