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January 8, 2008

Apple's Xserve Bumped Too: "Most Powerful Apple Server Ever"

by Jacqui Cheng, Ars Technica

Apple Launches Fastest-Ever Mac Pro

by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK

Huge speed, performance and expandability feature in latest professional desktop Macs.

New Mac Pro And Xserve From Apple

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

The new Mac Pro: "Tower of 8-core power."

The new Xserve. "Now with 8-core processing power."

Video Rental Is A Better Busienss For Apple Than Movie Sales

by Pete Mortensen, Cult Of Mac

At this point, I'm ready to admit that Apple's assumptions for the movie market were flat-out wrong.

Microsoft Office For Mac 2008 (Home And Student Edition)

by Elsa Wenzel, CNET

Overall, we found ourselves wondering why someone would splurge for Office for Mac 2008. Sure, it's a step up from the 2004 version, and the only one that runs natively on Intel-based Macs. But other companies serve up software that's compatible with Office documents and costs half as much, if not less-or nothing at all. iWork '08, for one, handles the newest, XML-based Office files pretty well.

Dear Mr Jobs: Please May I Have A Mac On A Stick?

by Mitch Wagner, InformationWeek

If Apple can get Mac OS X running on the iPhone and iPod Touch, surely they can run it on a USB stick?

The usual problem of having to run OS X on a large variety of PC configurations will, of course, doom this project.

Apple Takes Down "No Girls Allowed" Sign Over Boardroom

by Erik Kennedy, Ars Technica

See Also:

Meet Apple's Newest Director: Andrea Jung, by Arik Hesseldahl, BusinessWeek.

By Heng-Cheong Leong