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Wednesday, October 25, 2006


Apple's Intel Xserves Slip To Mid-Nov

Apple To Double OpenGL Performance On A Mac

Apple seems set to unleash much-improved OpenGL performance within Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.

Adobe Launches Flex Builder 2 For Mac

Flex 2 is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) used to create "Rich Internet Applications" based on the ubiquitous Flash technology.

More Thievery At Apple's Company Store

The fleecing at the Apple corporate store continued Monday with the theft of two more iPods and 10 software packages from the employee store inside the headquarters at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino.

With Firefox 2, Mozilla Touts Security And Speed

Mozilla officially released Firefox 2 on Tuesday afternon, adding security features and a new interface.

MacBooks Driving Apple's Computer Sales

With its highest ever quarter for Mac shipments on the books and a rising computer market share, Apple executives said its portable computers are responsible for over 60 percent of the reported shipments.

New And Improved

Firefox 2: Faster, more secure, and fully customizable to your online life.

PDFpen: Fill out forms, split, combine, sign and search PDFs with ease.

Jotz 1.3: Fully featured notepad, light-duty database.


Paul Vs Apple


The Role Of Accessories In The iPod's Success

My TV Has Its Own Computer

HD and Macs and cable, Bluteooth, RSS and TCP/IP. All these technologies come together in my home entertainment center.

Apple Upgrades Spoiled By Intel Roadmap

The times, they are a'changin'.

In Retrospect: Reflections On 5 Years Of iPod


REALbasic 2006 Release 4 - Review


This iPod User Rocks

Google Earth spotters have discovered a strange rock formation in the prairies of central Canada that resembles a native American in headdress listening to an iPod.

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