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A New Leaf for Apple?

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Rothenberg: What does the Mac maker have in store through the rest of 2003? Its moves could radically change the company.

Will Apples Rip-Mix-Burn Tune Change?

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Brooks: If Apple acquires Universal Music, it will own the music.

Dreaming of an Apple Cell Phone? Think Different

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Mac fans are clamoring for Apple to develop its own cell phone, but Wireless Supersite Editor Ross Rubin explains why the Macintosh maker won't phone home.

Apple Buffs Trio of Pro-Media Apps

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At NAB 2003, the Mac maker unveils upgrade to multimedia applications Final Cut Pro, DVD Studio Pro and Shake.

Quark Reveals Features of Mac OS X-Native XPress

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The company still hasn't announced a ship date for the revised page-layout program, the last major Mac OS X holdout among key Mac applications.

Wide-Bodied Wireless: Apples 17" PowerBook

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A wireless warrior with integrated 802.11g and Bluetooth, Apple's 17" PowerBook G4 boasts the industry's largest LCD, but can it jutsify one of the industry's highest prices?

Mac OS X Panther on Track for September

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Sources report that Apple will deliver the next big change to Mac OS X within three months of its preview release at its Worldwide Developers Conference.

Macworld Expo NY: New Name, No Jobs

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Apple and IDG Expo hash out their differences over the East Coast show, which will carry the name "Create" and launch without a speech by Apple's CEO.

MacHack Will Go On

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The legendary Mac geek gathering will continue after Apple moves its developers conference to the week before.

TextWrangler Keeps It Simple

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Word processing remains one of personal computing's killer applications.

Apple Hangs Tough with DVD-R

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It may have folded dual-format DVD drives into its systems, but Storage Supersite Editor David Morgenstern says Apple is right to favor DVD-R over +R.

Apple to Show Mac OS X Panther at WWDC

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The Mac maker announced it is pushing back its developers show until June to showcase the next major upgrade to Mac OS X.

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