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Friday, June 28, 2002


Opera CEO Sings Praises Of Browser
by Charles Cooper, ZDNet
Opera Software CEO Jon von Tetzchner can claim an achievement held by few of his fellow tech entrepreneurs: He's competed head-on against Microsoft and lived to tell the tale.

Distributor Ingram Sees No Bump Or Dip In PC Demand
by Reuters
"Deamdn is relatively stable. It is not negative, not positive, not optimistic. It is netural at this point."

Taste Of Apple In Avid's Xpress DV
by Sheigh Crabtree, Hollywood Reporter
"We thank Apple for showing us what you can do on a laptop."

New O'Reilly Book Hits Store Shelves
by MacNN
O'Reilly & Associates has rleased Learning Unix for Mac OS X: a "concise" and "easy-to-follow" introduction to Unix function sunder Mac OS X.


Apple eMac: Not Just Going To School
by Troy Dreier, PC Magazine
If you are sold on the Mac experience and software, the eMac is an affordable entry point that addresses the shortcomings of the original iMac.

Apple iBook (14-Inch)
by James Kim, TechTV
Bigger display headlines latest iBook.


Friday, June 28, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Me thinks you wouldn't see any updates to Apple's iMac, now that Ingram Micro is sitting on 15 weeks worth of inventory.

Meanwhile, I am still waiting for my iTiVo.


Microsoft Releases RosettaNet Tools
by Alorie Gilbert, CNET
Microsoft said Thursday that it has enhanced its software program that helps companies adopt RosettaNet e-business specifications.

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