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Cinema Tools 1.0 Coming In May
by Peter Cohen, MacCentral
Designed to work in conjunction with Final Cut Pro, Cinema Tools brdiges the gap between shooting on film and editing video.

Apple Doles Out Mac Promos
by Ian Fried, CNET
Apple Computer on Friday kicked off two promotions for buyers of new Macs.


Bye-Bye Beige
by Tamara Chuang, Orange County Register
With bland and bright hues both considered behind the times, PC designers go for a touch of sophistication with darker or silvery shades.

ThinkFree Mounts Second Attack Against Microsoft
by Korea Herald
ThinkFree has recently staged another attack against Microsoft in the office suite market with its latest upgrade.

Apple Catches McCarthy's Eye
by Susan Lemer, CBS Marketwatch
The glass on Apple Computer has moved to "half full" according to one analyst. While that doesn't mean he believes investors should be buying shares of the computer maker, he no longer believes they should be selling the stock, either.

Introducing Cinema Tools For Final Cut Pro
by Apple
Advanced tools for film and 24P HD video.

Apple DVD Software Tweaked For OS X
by Ian Fried, CNET
Apple on Friday released a version of professional DVD authoring program DVD Studio Pro that it has optimized for Mac OS X.


Saturday, April 6, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Apple Employee Fired for Thinking Different.


Xbox Slow Out Of The Gates In Japan
by Reuters
Microosft's Xbox game console got off to a slow start in Japan, with the debut marred by complaints and temporary halt of sales at some stores.

Win XP To Upgrade - More Or Less
by Joe Wilcox, ZDNet
Microsoft this summer will institute some changes to Windows XP as part of a proposed settlement agreement meant to benefit consumers and increase competition. But some state trustbusters and Microsoft's chief rivals aren't convinced that these changes go far enough.

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