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Thursday, August 17, 2006


Apple Maintains Massive Lead In Music Player Market

Apple continued to dominate the US digital music player market in the second quarter with a 75.6 per cent marketshare, according to the NPD Group.

Jobs' Implication In Apple Options Scandal Still Unclear

While some Wall Street analysts have suggested Apple chief executive Steve Jobs is likely to be cleared of any wrongdoing when it comes to the company's backdated stock option grants, analysts at Merrill Lynch are taking a more cautious approach.

Leopard First Looks: 64-Bit Support

Developers of data-intensive apps will appreciate full native 64-bit support.


WWDC Wrap-Up

Let's face it, WWDC is expensive and we engineers aren't really used to being treated like cattle. I feel more like a chump for having shelled out $1400 of company money so that I can be bossed around by overweight rent-a-cops.

Regarding The Hardware Announcements At WWDC 2006

Computers Crash

Put it this way, if you were a pilot, would you fly a plane if the manufacturer said it can't crash?


Mac Pro Completes Apple's Intel Lineup

Prfoessional Intel-based towers provide great performance — with the right software.


Who Believes Steve Jobs?

Ever since the iPod with video came out, why should I ever believe Steve "we-do-not-do-video-ipods" Jobs anymore?

So, yay, there will be an iPod with Wi-Fi.


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