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Sunday, June 1, 2003


Web Without Wires
by Lisa Gill, Hoosier Times
Armed with a $250 Apple AirPort Extreme station and a DL high-speed Internet connection, Steve Volan is providing his customers with the ability to surf the Web, download e-mail and electroncially chat with friends — for free.

Apple To Open Store In Richmond, VA Area
by MacNN
"The new store will be at Short Pump Town Center, an upscale mall nearing completion in Henrico County."

Giant Bank Dumps Apple Mac Customers
by Adamson Rust, The Inquirer
Get lost, we don't want your business.


99-Cent Songs Online Not Really A Bargain
by Jim Hillbish, The Repository

The Jaguar Report: Migration Conspiracies Revisited
by Gene Steinberg, Mac Night Owl
Aren't we forgetting why Apple bought NeXT in the first place?


Reader Notes Flaw In Some iPod Belt Clips
by MacNN
"The plastic part that hooks the carrying case to my belt buckle broke and my iPod fell 1 story onto our concree patio."

New iPod Is Not Necessarily Improved
by Michael Prager, Boston Globe
What I want more of its battery capacity. But in service of sleek, they reduced it from 10 hours' time to 8!

iPod Is An All-Star; Neuros Is Still A Rookie: Challenger Shows Promise, But It Needs More Seasoning Before It Can Take On The Cagey Veteran Of MP3 Players
by Edward C. Baig, USA Today
Apple remains at the top of its game.


Sunday, June 1, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

INTERVIEW WITH STEVE JOBS : It's "off-the-record", but that doesn't prevent audiences from blogging...


Microsoft To Abandon Standalone IE
by Evan Hansen, CNET
Microsoft is phasing out standalone versions of its Internet Explorer Web browser, according to statements attributed to IE program manager Brian Countryman in an interview posted on the software giant's web site.

Dell Advancing To The Championship Round
by Terril Yue Jones, Los Angeles Times
The Texas company moves aggressively to expand beyond PCs, with its sights set on big rivals HP and IBM.

Microsoft's New Linux Gambit
by Charles Cooper, CNET
Listen closely to what Microsoft is not saying about SCO Group's open-source operatta.

Going For A Streak-Free Finish
by Robert X. Cringely, PBS
Will Microsoft's answer to Linux be Windex instead?

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