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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?

Quark Tones Enterprise Offerings

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The next version of QuarkXPress will natively support Mac OS X, DMS getting workflow enhancements.

Beyond Macworld Expo

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With the Expo behind us, rumored announcement of new Power Macs looms as the Next Big Thing for the Mac community.

Power Mac Leak Provokes Apple Legal

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Apple this week moved to block the posting of images that purportedly portray a long-awaited upgrade to its professional Power Mac systems.

Apple Woos Enterprises

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At Macworld, company spotlights Mac OS upgrade, new tools, applications.

Debating the Price of .mac

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Some users question Apple's decision to begin charging for its formerly free iTools.

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.

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