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April 28, 2008

In Defense Of iPod Gaming

by Peter Cohen, Macworld

Until the line (and the price) blurs further between Apple's click wheel iPods and touch screen systems, I expect the iPod gaming will be around for a while.

Mac Pilot 3 Mac Customization Software Adds Features

by Peter Cohen, Macworld

Apple Updates iMac With Faster Processor, Graphics

by Jim Dalrymple, Macworld

Apple on Monday updated its iMac consumer desktop computer, adding the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processor and more powerful graphics.

Adobe Discontinues GoLive

by Peter Cohen, Macworld

Adobe on Monday announced that its venerable visual web site creation tool GoLive has been discontinued.

Cult Of The Podcast Celebrity

by Valerie Khoo, Sydney Morning Herald

Leo Laporte may not yet be a household name but he's acquired a loyal following of fans who listen to one of his 10 podcasts each week. In fact, each month his podcasts are downloaded 4.5 million times around the world.

Stanford Unveils Laptop Orchestra

by KGO

Stanford University now has its own laptop orchestra. Instead of instruments, the musicians play computers. Each key represents a note. But the tilt of a MacBook notebook can change the sound, too.

No, We Don't Need Vista To Crash And Burn

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

As Steve Jobs said, Apple does not need Microsoft to die in order for Apple to win. That's why articles comparing Apple's Macintosh sales to Microsof't's Vista sales are pretty much, well, useless.

After selling pretty well for most of the 24 years since 1984, you'd think that people will pick up the idea that the pond is big enough for more than one company to win?

Why Steve Jobs Is So Rich

by The Life Of Guy

The whole store is an experience. It's a community. It's pretty, open, and spacious.

Much Like I Was Awed By The MacBook Air's Perfect Weighting...


I realized that thei Phone's camera is positioned cleverly as well.

iPhone, With Honors: From Gimmick To The Old College Try

by Jacqui Cheng, Ars Technica

By Heng-Cheong Leong