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Friday, June 27, 2003


PowerLogix Drops G4 CPU Upgrade Prices, Talks G5
by Peter Cohen, MacCentral

PC-Mac War Hits Tukwila School — Foster High Wins Grant For 30 New Apples, But Tech Plan Calls For PC Use
by Nora Doyle, King County Journal
"I'd rather have 30 PCs than nothing," although the first choice would be to have new Macs rather than used PCs.

VCD-Authoring App Updated
by Macworld UK
The software lets Mac users create VCDs from iMovie or QuickTime files.


Gloves Off The Benchmark Brawls
by Michael Kanellos, CNET
Did Apple lie? No, it probably got the results it said it did on the Dell machine, but the system world probably submerged in maple syrup or powered by a humidifier.

Flipping The Bird
by John Gruber
The tendency to cast every story in terms of conflict is fueled by laziness.

Could An eMac Strategy Bring More Market Share To Apple?
by Eugenia Loli-Queru, OS News

Panther For $129? Please
by TheMacMind
I'm sticking with Jaguar.


by Cliff Joseph, MacUser UK
Uplink might not appeal to trigger-happy FPS fans, but it's worth a look if you like games with a cerebral twist.

3 Days Of The Panther... Not Bad, Not Bad At All
by MacNETv2
The best feature of Panther is the new level of sophistication.

The Panther Report: An Early Look
by Gene Steinbger, Mac Night Owl
I'll distill a few personal reactions based on working with the Panther prerelease right after the keynote, and conversations with Apple on the subject.


Friday, June 27, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

VISIT IT ONLINE : Catch pictures of the brand new Apple Store at North Michigan Avenue, Chicago.


Gates: Security Isn't All Big Brother
by Declan McCullagh, CNET
Technology will help preserve privacy rights.

Group Claims Linux Advance On Xbox
by Patrick Gray, CNET
A group of Xbox security researchers say they have found a way to run Linux on the Xbox without a so-called mod chip and will go public with the technique if Microsoft won't talk to them about releasing an official Linux boot loader.

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