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Apple Pushes to the Gigahertz Barrier with New Power Macs

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Although Apple has long maintained that it's performance, not megahertz, that matters, even adherents of the "Think Different" company have long been awaiting Monday's announcement of new desktop Power Mac G4 models that, at the top of the lin
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Apple Gets Results

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Apple's old-fashioned product values and its unfashionable belief that computing is still cool seem to serve the company just fine in these tough times.

Apple Hits Consensus, Posts $38M Profit

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Apple chalks up a net profit of $38 million for the period that included both Sept. 11 and the all-important holiday buying season.

Apples New Magic Bullet?

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Matthew Rothenberg makes one more prediction for January: Apple will take the wraps off Power Mac G4 systems based on Motorola's powerful new Apollo chip.

Up Close and Personal With the New iMac

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A hands-on look at Apple's newest iMac.

Lotus To Support Mac OS X

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IBM's Lotus Software division said that a beta version of Lotus Notes, code-named Rnext, will support Apple's Mac OS X operating system.

Expo Keynote: Its an iMac

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After a week of speculation about Steve Jobs' Macworld keynote, the secret ingredient proved to be a long-awaited new spin on an old Mac favorite: an eye-catching flat-panel iMac.

Is Apple iWalk for Real?

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The SpyMac rumor site has posted a series of video clips that purportedly portray a new handheld device from Apple it calls the "iWalk."

Behind the Macworld Expo Veil

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Matthew Rothenberg shares his prognostications about what Apple CEO Steve Jobs has up his turtleneck for Monday's Macworld Expo/San Francisco keynote speech.

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.

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