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Tuesday, January 9, 2007


Adobe Ships Flex Builder 2 For Mac

Adobe's toolset for building rich internet applications makes it to the Mac.

Apple's iFuture Depends On Partners

Against entrenched rivals to its iPhone and iTV offerings, the iconic computer maker will succeed if it nurtures alliances.

Cingular Seen Providing Service For Apple Phone: Report

AT&T's mobile phone unit, Cingular Wireless, is expected to provide a service for a phone from Apple, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the matter.

A Personal Computer To Carry In A Pocket

Industry executives and competitors believe that Apple has developed the first of a new generation of devices that are closer to personal computers in pocket form, meaning that they will easily handle music, entertainment, productivity tasks and communications on cellular and other wireless networks.

Putting A Bug In Apple's Ear

Questions Remain In Apple Stock Option Probe

Creative Reveals Wireless iPod Music Sysem

Adveno Releases MacGourmet 2 Upgrade


I Bought This Really Nice Book Yesterday

Expo Survival Tips: Connectivity

Snow Jobs

Why Steve Jobs should be punished for the options backdating chicanery at Apple. And why he won't be.

Apple 802.11n Was Hiding Under Our Noses All Along


Xserve: Quad Xeon 64-bit Server Offers Better Performance And New Capabilities, But Some Wrinkles Too

Most annoyances of past Xserves have been rectified, and the whole system ranks admirably among the finest available today.


Google Blogsearch Getting Worse?

I don't know about you, but I seem to be getting more spams and useless information out of Google's Blogsearch. So much so that I am unsubscribing from some of my feeds at Google.

(Your mileage may differ; my search terms are pretty generic.)

iPod Phone Cannibalizing iPod Sales?

If the iPod phone cannibalizing iPod's sales, that is good news for Apple. Because that shows that Apple's iPod division is moving in the right division in creating products that people want. It is always better to be cannibalized by your company's product thatn other people's product.

What Is The Internet?

Scott Rosenberg: This probably sounds like nitpicking, but I think there's something at stake in how English usage shapes how we think about the Net.


Microsoft Used To Be Smarter

Used to be when Microsoft wanted to take a market from a successful competitor, they started by seducing their users with something comfortable, a product that worked just like the competitor's, and was better in some major way.

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