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Friday, October 27, 2006


Apple Escapes Nasdaq De-Listing For Now

A company filing with the US Securities and exchange on 24 October reveals Apple has two months to resolve its current predicament regarding a number of dodgy options grants.

Apple Hides 802.11n In New MacBook Pros

Apple's Move To Intel Puts In The Spec War

For the first time, Apple's customers can now directly compare the specifications of the company's Macintosh computers — and their prices — with those offered by Dell or Hewlett-Packard.

Mac Expo London - End Of Day One

Wow, what a busy day.

Greenpeace Thrown Out Of MacExpo

security staff and event management forcibly ejected Greenpeace members and closed down their stand during the first day of the MacExpo in London.

Apple Bolsters Leopard Interface, Security

Apple's Mac OS X 10.5 operating system upgrade, code-named Leopard, will feature a new application performance measuring tool named Xray, new security enhancements and a long-rumored resolution-independent user interface.

The New, Improved .Mac Webmail Is Here

The Boss Puts The iPod To Work

Companies give the device to employees for business use.

MacBook Firmware Update Fixes Shutdown Issue

Apple on Thursday released a firmware update for its MacBook like of computers that fixes a problem that caused the MacBook to shutdown without warning.

New And Improved

iShowU: Capture and record anything you can see on your screen, along with audio from a compatible source (like a microphone).

ProfCast: Recording and publishing your live presentation.

Ishmael: Narrate over still photos or PDF files to create QuickTime video footage.

Audiobook Builder: Tool for moving your audiobook collection to your iPod.


iTunes Movie Store? Thanks But No Thanks.

So thanks for the effort, Apple... but frankly, I'm hard-pressed to spot a gap in my regime that an iTunes Movie Store can truly spackle.

DoubleTwisting iTunes' DRM


Inside iTunes 7

First Look At .Mac Webmail

The new .Mac mail is an improvement — but a disappointing evolutionary one for a company that has been so revolutionary.


OmniDazzle makes a versatile addition to any presenter or teacher's arsenal.

Apple's New Xserve — Now With With Dual-Core Xeon Goodness

Design, performance improvements will make data center managers happy.

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