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Wednesday, April 3, 2002

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PC To Apple?
by BusinessWeek
Watch out, Bill Gates, our unscientific survey finds a big percentage of PC users would consider switching to a Mac.


House: Divert Laptop Funding
by Grace Murphy, Portland Press Herald
"The message that was sent to the governor from the House of Representatives... was that we have enough votes to override a veto."

Wireless Technology Helps Make Maine Governor's Vision A Reality
by eSchool News
Without it, the Maine project would have been too expensive to fathom.

Apple To Triple Mac-based Developers
by Ravind Ramesh, The Star
Apple hopes to triple the number of developers using Mac OS X to develop software in the Asian region within the next five years.

Microsoft, Apple Reassess Their Relationshipo
by Matt Berger, IDG News Service
Cooperation on new projects could improve compatibility between Macs, Windows PCs.

Cary Lad's Education Of A Different Sort
by Dale Gibson, Business Journal
Scandariato was 13 years old at the time, and, like most kids, he figured he'd use that Macintosh for games.


iMac, You Mac, We All Should Mac
by Dave Davis,
My god in heaven, I want one. I shouldn't want an inanimate thing this much, but I do.

Plucking The Fruit Of iPod Envy
by Charles Haddad, BusinessWeek
Even hardened PC users look longingly at Apple's new music player. A Windows version could boost market share, but it won't be easy.

A New High In Underhanded Licensing
by Bradley F. Shimmin, Network Computing
It appears that with its recent release of Office v.X for Apple Mac OS X, Microosft has come to a very distinct conclusion: Users and administrators can no longer be trusted to comply with the licensing agreement.

Publicizing OS X Free Software
by MacSlash


Final Cut Pro 3
by Stephen Schleicher, Creative Mac
New features make program even more valuable for editors.

All Notebooks Are Not Created Equal
by Sydney Morning Herald
[iBook is] a good choice unless you really must have a Windows notebook.


Wednesday, April 3, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Rick Sammon: With a resolution of 1600x1024 pixels, the 22-inch Apple Cinema Display is... a useful tool for serious digital photographers.

Quicktime Streaming Server 4 and Radio Userland: BlogTV.

The technology behind Google's great results.


Pocket PC: A Handheld Or A Gag Gift?
by Stefanie Olsen, CNET
A novelty-gift inventor faced off with Microsoft on Tuesday in an unlikely tussle over the rights to the term "Pocket PC."

Microsoft: Kertzman Curried Favor
by Reuters
An interactive-television company executive testifying against Microsoft offered to tone down his criticism last year while trying to close a key business deal.

Belluzzo Out At Microsoft In Reorganization
by Michael Kanellos, CNET
Microsofot President and COO Rick Belluzzo will be leaving Microsoft, the company said Wednesday.

Microsoft Wants New Ruling
by Seattle Times
Microsoft is asking a federal judge to reconsider a ruling that questioned the validity of its Windows trademark.

Competitors Eye Microsoft's CRM Moves
by Ben Heskett, CNET
Microsoft says it's aiming for small businesses with its move into the customer relationship management software market. But industry watchers say the software giant will almost surely move upstream.

Gates Fails To See Through Windows Prank
by Globe and Mail

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