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Sunday, January 7, 2007


Apple, Microsoft To Unveil Digital Media Systems

Mac OS X Developers Watch Month Of Apple Bugs

Developers of applications for Apple's Mac OS X have been watching the Month of Apple Bugs project closely, and are generally in favor of the project's goal of uncovering OS flaws. But they, and security companies, have questions about the MOAB group's method, which involves making their findings public immediately, instead of first alerting Apple.


Educated Guessing About Macworld

This year, the anticipation is high because Apple has openly discussed two major near-term products: the Mac OS X 10.5 system release, named Leopard, due in spring, and the "iTV," a Mac-to-home entertainment adapter that will be released under another name.


Mac OS X Shines In Comparison With Windows Vista

I've yet to see anything in Vista that blows away the Mac OS, even a version of the Mac OS that's over a year old. Microsoft still can't manage to make something simple and easy to use. Vista reeks of committee and design by massive consensus, while OS X shines from an intense focus on doing things in a simple, clear fashion and design for the user, not the programmer.


Rumor Today: .Mac Upgraded To 30 Gigs?

Will Steve Jobs announce .Mac drive's disk space will be increased to 30 Gigs? This might tempt quite a few Mac users, including me, to join .Mac immediately.

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