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August 21, 2007

Dell Takes Huge Hit As Apple Laptop Sales Soar

by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK

New research indicates that Apple laptop sales have soared to new highs on the back of a new halo efect for the company's products generated by clamor surrounding the iPhone.

Thomson Scientific Releases Endnote X1 For Mac OS X

by MacMinute

Apple CEO Among Latest Inductees To California Hall Of Fame

by Modesto Bee

If It Can't Handle An iPod...

by Tony Whitney, Vancouver Sun

Even if the vehicle is some megabuck supercar with every imaginable option and a powerplatn capable of uprooting tree stumps, it isn't properly equipped until a favourite MP3 player can be connected.

Google: But Apple Says It's All Good

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

Adobe will be adding H.264 support to an upcoming version of Flash Player. Anyone wanna bet partly this is Google (i.e. YouTube) leaning on Adobe?

Font Rendering Philosophies Of Windows And Mac OS X

by DamienG

Neither of these may matter to a casual user but for professionals preparing material destined for high DPI (film or print) then it's a world of difference. How can you layout a page on-screen and expect the same result on the page when the font isn't the same width?

GarageBand '08: A Review For Podcasters

by Adam Weiss, O'Reilly Digital Media Blog

For a heavy GarageBand user, I see these improvements as nearly worth the $80 pricetag for the iLife suite.

The New Apple Keyboard

by Aaron Wright, Apple Matters

The real achievement lies in the ergonomics.

Virtual Villagers For Mac Hits Store Shelves

by MacNN

iPhone Texting Study Sparks Controversy

by Hillary Childs,

An Interview With Hacker CHarlie Miller On Dealing With Apple, Hacking The iPhone, The Vulnerabilities Of Leopard, And Responsible Disclosure

by Dean Takahashi, Tech Talk

Keep Your Enemies Closer

by Dan Moren, Macworld

Microsoft is Apple's last rival of any import and Apple needs them, just as they need Apple. The two have a symbiotic relationship; not just in business or software, but in ideology.

Apple Profits Affected By Component Prices?

by Arik Hesseldahl, BusinessWeek

Apple can stand the hit because sales volume is higher in the fourth calendar quarter than in other quarters.

Wired For Customer Satistifcation

by Dave Dreeszen, Sioux City Journal

It's A Faster, Cheaper iMac

by Mike Wendland, Detroit Free Press

The new super-skinny keyboard is easy to use, too.

iPhoto '08: Apple Refreshes And Updates Its iLife Photo Editor

by Rick LePage, Macworld

It does a great job of walking that fine line between making it easy to organize and present your pictures, while still placing solid editing tools at your disposal.

Refurbished iPhones Available For $100 Less

by Eric Zeman, InformationWeek

iWork As A Creative Tool

by James Dempsey, Macworld

Even as designers and content creators, we are in the world that lives on Office, so we need something on our Macs that lets us live in that world.

By Heng-Cheong Leong