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Saturday, July 1, 2006


The Job-Less Factor

Industry analysts evaluate Apple's decision with and without Steve Jobs at the helm.

Options Probe Not Likely To Hurt Apple: Report

Apple Breathes Easier Over France's iTunes Law

Parliament adopts diluted version of law, which could have prevented companies such as Apple from restricting content to their branded equipment.

Apple's Says Foxconn Investigation Remains Open

Contrary to reports published earlier this week, Apple says its investigation into working conditions at Chinese factories taht build its iPod digital music players is not over.

Graham Watson: Breaking Away

"20 or 30 years ago I would actually go to the Tour de France and come back after three weeks with 40 rolls of films in my pocket. Nobody wanted pictures immediately — they kind of expected to wait. That's all changed with digital."


Keep Your Mac Cool This Summer

Now that summer is upon us, here are some ways to keep your Macs cool.

Parallels Desktop For Mac


The Power Of The Crowd

If everyone of us flash-mob down to, say, the Glass Cube at NYC, do you think Steve Jobs will give us some juicy discounts on the latest MacBook Pro?

Well, hey, if the Chinese can do it, so can we? Can't we?

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