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Saturday, December 14, 2002

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Intel Makes Big Develoment Push On Wireless Technology
by Bob Brewin, Computerworld
Intel Corp. is working to develop what it calls a "wireless ecosystem" that's aimed at eventually allowing users with any kind of computing device to tap into any kind of network worldwide.

PC Killer On The Loose
by Tom Yager, InfoWorld
The PowerBook G4 isn't a product to watch; it's the only notebook on the market worth spending $2,500 on, and at that price, it's a steal.


Apple Starts India Arm For Video Professionals
by PTI
Apple Computer International today launched its first authorised training centre in India for video and broadcasting professionals in Chennai.

Hobbits Shop At Apple Store
by Apple
Real-life hobbits go shopping.


A New Apple iBook Breaks The $1,000 Price Barrier
by Troy Dreier, PC Magazine
The $999 Apple iBook is not an extremely high-end system, but it isn't low-end, either; it's a good machine at a bargain price.

New Keyboards Are Changing The Computer Connection
by Charles Bermant, Seattle Times
It's been a long time since a keyboard really meant anything.

Apple's iSync Gets It All Together
by Glenn Fleishman, Seattle Times
It's clear iSync and iCal are critical to its vision of a digital hub in which the Mac and a .Mac account help organize one's life.

Homemade Dot Mac: Home Web Radio
by Alan Graham, O'Reilly Network
If the idea of having your own radio webcast, for fun or profit, intrigues you, then you've come to the right place.


Saturday, December 14, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

A SAD DAY HAS ARRIVED : I have to teach my wife how to reset the Power Manager on my Pismo. Sigh.

This was the second time lately the my Pismo, a.k.a. PowerBook G3 (Firewire), went dead. Should I be eyeing for a TiBook?

RUMOR DU JOUR : From the Scobleizer... "If you're looking for an Apple desktop system, start saving your pennies for mid-2003. I can't tell you what I've learned, but there's some hot systems coming."

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