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Sybases ASE Nearly Mac-Ready

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Adaptive Server Enterprise database for Mac OS X Server 10.2 is due this month.

Apple: Future Macs to Boot Into Mac OS X Only

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Confirming a recent eWEEK report, Apple announced that Mac OS X will be the sole startup OS in January's new Macs.

Apple Plans Expo Double-Header

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The company will reach out to pro-publishing and international markets with simultaneous appearances at Seybold San Francisco and Apple Expo in Paris, but it apparently won't debut new products.

Readers Sound Off on New Power Macs

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Mac professionals square off over Apple's latest desktop systems. Are Motorola's minimal PowerPC G4 enhancements a dealbreaker, or is there still plenty to like under the hood?

Apple Keeps x86 Torch Lit with Marklar

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Apple's up-to-date PC version of Mac OS X is a handy secret weapon in negotiations with its PowerPC partners.

Next Mac OS X Upgrade: Panther

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Apple is extending the feline theme of the company's "Jaguar" rev to the release due in early 2003, say sources. Apple Ups the Ante with Wide-Screen iMac, Ja

Power Mac Tests Spark Debate

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Some power users are grumbling about what they say are shortcomings in the performance of the Motorola chips in Apple's latest pro towers. Apple says they aren't looking at the whole picture.

The Soul of the New Macs

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Motorola's chips may not be rising fast enough to suit Mac users, but there's plenty to like in Apple's latest pro desktops.

Mac OS X Upgrade Sheds Mac OS 9 Disk

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In another step away from the Classic Mac OS, Apple will omit a Mac OS 9 installation disk from the retail version of Mac OS X 10.2, a k a Jaguar.

Apple Bumps Up Pro Towers

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The latest dual-processor models top off at 1.25GHz. Do they mark the end of the Mac line for Motorola's PowerPC G4?

XPress Moving to Mac OS X

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Quark is also targeting dms upgrade at publishing industry.

Apple to Slam Lid on Mac OS 9

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By January, owners of new Macs will have to run Mac OS X, sources report. Where does that leave pro users still waiting for native software?

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