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Tuesday, February 6, 2007


Corel Unveils Painter X

In addition to being Universal Binary, the new version of Painter adds many new features aimed at blurring the lines between traditional and digital art.

Apple Ad Lets Rip At Vista Security

Apple has unleashed an all-new 'Get a Mac' ad, and this one hits Windows where it's weakest — security.

Apple And The Beatles Give Peace A Chance

The long-standing dispute between Apple Inc and The Beatles' company Apple Corps over usage of the Apple trademark has been resolved, the companies announced today. Apple Inc (the computer company) will own all of the trademarks related to 'Apple' and will license certain of those trademarks back to Apple Corps for its continued use.

What To Expect With Lightroom 1.0

Adobe isn't planning on putting out another public beta, but the company gave Macworld a copy of the latest beta to us to play with, so we could get a sense of what the final product will look like when it ships on February 19.


iPod Will Be The New CD

Imagine a whole range of inexpensive, special-edition iPods branded with popular bands containing a new album, or their whole catalogs.

Mac Acquired

It seems like Microsoft is more concerned about the OEM's & channels & VARs & corporate customer's users first and then individual end user second. But Apple seem to care more about you, the individual user, first, right from the start.

Cube Again

Last week, my G4 Cube was returned to me after a year's absense, looking and working quite a bit worse for the wear.

Apple's Linkblog And Its PR Influence

By linking to something on a corporate web site, you're basically making a statement without uttering a word. And that's almost like blogging.

3 Ways The Beatles May Change iPods And Apple

Apple could sell CDs and bundle music with iPods.

Does Using A Mac Get You To Think Differently?

The value of using a Mac goes beyond the physical use of the hardware and software. It exposes us to a new way of thinking.

On Apple And Anonymity: Who Was That Masked Man?

So what is it about anonymity when it comes to the Mac community?


Apple AirPort Extreme

Signal strength and wireless range are stellar. The overall results in computer-to-computer data transfer tests show that the 802.11n protocol come close to half the speeds of wired networks. That's an impressive feat.


Cancel Or Allow?

I really like the new Security Get A Mac ad.

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