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Third Parties Crowd Macworld Aisles

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Scores of third party developers, from ATI to OpenLink, hawked their Apple-compatible wares at Macworld.

Apple Sticks With CRTs, For Now

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While making efforts toward LCDs, the company's recent moves suggest CRTs still play an important role.

Users See a Lot to Like from Jaguar

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Mac enthusiasts from Apple's core professional markets hailed the latest software innovations announced at CEO Steve Jobs' Macworld Expo keynote presentation today.

Apple Meets Financial Projections

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The computer maker remained profitable in its recent quarter and posted sales of $1.4 billion.

Codewarrior 8 Keeps App Focus

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Metrowerks' upgraded tool set acts the same on Mac, Windows workstations-quirks and all.

Mac OS X Takes Macintosh to New Level

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Both current Macintosh users and prospective Macintosh developers may be intimidated by the minefield of code words that surrounds the core of Mac OS X.

Apple Refutes Microsofts Mac OS X Claims

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Apple executives late Monday refuted Microsoft claims that it's not doing enough to promote and sell Mac OS X.

Apple Readies iTools Subscription Plan, Sources Say

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Company CEO Steve Jobs is expected to announce the Web services program Wednesday, sources said.

Sybase Readies ASE Beta for Mac

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Beta will help Sybase scout interest in a version of its relational database software for Mac OS X.

Apple Preps Early Release for Jaguar

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Apple is working overtime to beat its publicized release date for the next major upgrade to Mac OS X.

Can Apple Stop the Presses?

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I've been deluged by messages from friends across the Mac Web about Apple Computer's moves to lean even more heavily on independent voices in the Mac community.

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