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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.

New Apple Notebooks Enter Rough Market

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Will the enhancements to Apple's new portables' be enough to keep the company trucking through a tight holiday season?

Apple Opens Lid on Laptop Updates

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Apple Computer on Tuesday, Oct. 16, fulfilled the predictions of Mac handicappers across the Web when it rolled out buffed-up configurations of its professional and consumer laptop lines.

Apples Portables on the Move

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Now that the first significant revision to Apple's Unix-based OS has reached end users, the company is apparently ready to spruce up its hardware - and specifically its sleek consumer and professional portable lines.

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