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New iMacs for the New Year?

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I'm going to stick my neck out and suggest that the long-rumored flat-screen iMac will debut at January's Macworld Expo/San Francisco.

Will Mac Dark Horse Take the Lead?

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Of all the symbols of the Mac ecosystem's proud independence from the status quo, the timing of Macworld Expo/San Francisco is one of the most durable.

Apple Slows Mac OS X Rollouts

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Amid internal concerns over the quality control of recent OS updates, Apple has pushed back the release date for the next significant revision to Mac OS X, sources said.

Office for Mac OS X Arrives

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Right on schedule, the Mac OS X-native version of Microsoft Corp.'s Office suite hit store shelves on Monday.

Apple Beefs Up Encryption in AirPort

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With less fanfare than one might expect, Apple announced the release of AirPort 2 software and hardware updates, which add features the company hopes will make the 11M-bps, 802.11a-based wireless networking package more attractive to enterprise, consumer

Apple Retail Feels the Pinch

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What if Apple Computer opened a store and nobody came? That's a question I've been asking myself as the Mac maker heads into its first holiday shopping season as a bona fide shopkeeper in the classic -- not the virtual -- mold.

Apple Has Big Hopes for iPod

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Steve Jobs had a simple reason why Apple Computer decided to make its newest move into the consumer marketplace with an MP3 music player called iPod.

Whats Inside Apples iPod Strategy?

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The second edge of Apple Computer's finely honed marketing sword nearly lopped off a couple of the company's fingers this week, when CEO Steve Jobs took the wraps off Apple's first non-Mac hardware product in nearly three years.

Microsoft Makes Date For Mac OS X Office

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The Mac OS X-native version of Microsoft's Office suite took another step closer to store shelves on Wednesday, Oct. 24, when the company set a shipping date of Nov. 19 for the productivity package.

Apple Debuts Audio Player

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Apple on Tuesday burnished its vision of a consumer-friendly "digital hub" and introduced a new product category that breaks the Mac mold: the iPod.

Apple Stays in the Race

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In a truly dismal year for the PC industry, Apple demonstrated the staying power it's developed after years under fire by the Wintel hegemony.

Apple Has A Profitable Quarter, Losing Year

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With the overall personal computer market struggling to avoid a crash-and-burn scenario reminiscent of the dot-com meltdown, Apple Computer Inc. has managed to remain profitable.

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