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Apple to Show Mac OS X Panther at WWDC

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The Mac maker announced it is pushing back its developers show until June to showcase the next major upgrade to Mac OS X.

Gore Joins Apple Board

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Former Vice President Al Gore is the newest member of Apple Computer's board of directors.

Apples Board Discovers Al Gore Rhythm

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The purveyors of PowerBooks announces that the former vice president has joined its board of directors. The tech-savvy/ Gore, chided for his lack of a colorful person

Web News Digest: Apple Hedges DVD Bet with Dual-Format Recorder ... and More

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Celera Genomics Links SAN Islands into a Global Entity ... Computer Associates to Offer SAN Certification ... Apple Hedges DVD Bet with Dual-Format Recorder ... Singapore Struggles to Keep Edge in Disk Drives

How Virtual PC (Still) Helps Apple

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Rothenberg: Microsoft's purchase of the Windows compatibility software may spark some Mac paranoia, but it could be a win for the Mac platform.

PowerBook G4: Good Things in a Small Package

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Not only is the PowerBook G4 the smallest PowerBook ever according to Apple, it's one of the most wirelessly capable as well, sporting integrated Bluetooth and optional AirPort Extreme, Apple's flavor of 802.11g

Apple Refreshes Its iMac Line

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The Mac maker adds Bluetooth and 802.11g to its top-of-the-line consumer desktop, which now clocks in at 1GHz.

A Mac Angle on Linux

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Matthew Rothenberg went to LinuxWorld and got a good feeling about the prospects for fruitful Mac-Linux co-existence on the desktop.

Apple Bumps Up Power Mac Line

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The Power Mac G4 now offers two 1.42-GHz PowerPC chips and enhanced FireWire and 802.11g; the company also added a 20-inch LCD panel.

Apple Moves Boldly Forward

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Company is on the right track, but may have to sacrifice some 'Mac-ness' to really make things interesting

Apple Takes on Enterprise Shine

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Accelerating its pace of innovation, Apple offers PowerBooks that should appeal to IT buyers.

The Buzz: January 20, 2003

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Apple attacks suit settlement; Feds put billions toward security.

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