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Monday, April 15, 2002

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Apple Pictures Growth
by Alex L. Goldfayn, Chicago Tribune
Company tempts Windows users with year-long parade of products.


The Microsoft Macintosh
by John D. Ruley, Byte
"[Microsot] said they're fully committted to building a lot of neat stuff for the Mac — but they aren't going to tell us how they're doing it."

4D V6.8 Native For Mac OS X
by Dennis Sellers, MacCentral

Jobs To Keynote WWDC, Demo Mac OS X "Jaguar" Upgrade
by MacMinute

How To Hack An iPod
by Chris Taylor, Time
Owners of Apple's MP3 player opened it up and added all sorts of bells and whistles. You can too.


Six Months With A TiBook
by John C Welch,
The only reason I went for a TiBook instead of an iBook is because I need dual monitors. The extra speed is not worth [the] thrice-daily cable struggle.


Monday, April 15, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Noel C. Paul: Apple says that its computers have appeared in more than 1,500 movies and TV shows. Programs with younger audiences like "Friends" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" like to use Apples, mostly because they have the image of being fun and casual.

Rob Levandowski tried to buy a three-thousand-dolloar monitor from CompUSA.

An Apple A Day:


Government Examining HP Vote
by Margaret Kane and Ian Fried, CNET

Analyst: Xbox May Miss Sales Targets
by Reuters
Sales of Microsoft's Xbox game console have slowed to the point that sales estimates for both the software giant and its manufacturing partner could be adversely affected, a financial analyst said Monday.

Change In Microsoft's Licensing Prices Attracts Some Colleges And Worries Others
by Florence Olsen, Chronicle Of Higher Education
New leasing option saves money in the short term but might limit choices later.

Intel To Pay In Chip Patent Dispute
by Ian Fried, CNET
Intel has agreed to pay at least $300 million to settle a long running legal dispute with Intergraph, which at one time developed its own microprocessor for high-end workstations, the companies said in a joint release.

How Microsoft Conquered Washington
by Jeffrey H. Birnbaum, Fortune
By spending lots of money — of course — but also by doing lots of creative lobbying you don't know about.

Will Dell Click In Asia?
by BusinessWeek
The PC maker is going all out to win a bigger piece of the pie.

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