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Monday, November 24, 2003


CodeWarrior Gains Panther Support
by MacMinute
The new version offers compatibility with Mac OS X 10.3 Panther.

Apple Windfall From Licensing 6
by Kelly mills, The Australian
Dislike of Microsoft's new licensing regime and a major cost difference has led Australian resources company Ausmelt to leave its comfort zone and cross over to Apple.

Apple Offers iPod Battery-Glitch Pointers
by Macworld UK
Some iPod owners have complained that new-generation iPods display inaccurate battery charging data, so Apple has posted a brief technical noteto help.

Apple Hits Back
by Russell Brown, New Zealand Listener
Apple's PC market share might be as little as three percent, but the pundits have lately queued up to priase its sense of style and innovation.

Apple Seen Positioned To Grow Earnings
by Forbes

MacExpo 2003 'Best Ever'
by Macworld UK

Apple To Open Second Georgia Retail Store Dec. 6th
by MacMinute
Apple will open a retail store at the North Point Mall in Alpharetta, Georgia, on Saturday, December 6.


Mac.Ars Takes On Apple's Growth Prospects (And A Guide To Used Macs)
by Eric Bangeman and Erik Kennedy, Ars Technica
Is Apple poised for major growth in the next year? That's debatable. Can Apple achieve incremental growth on an ongoing basis? I think so.


The Tech Gear You Want This Year
by David Coursey, ZDNet
If the responses I recevied are any indication, the hottest computers this year are Media Centers and Macs.

The New Power Macintosh G5
by Chris Gulker, NewsForge
This is a very fast, well-engineered, and well-built machine.

The iBook G4/933: Is It Time To Upgrade?
by Noah Kravit,


Monday, November 24, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

iPOD'S DIRTY SECRET : Dead batteries? Buy a new one, dude.

STAYING AT HOME : My back gave way over the weekend, and I've started taking doctor-prescribed painkillers starting this morning. I'm also staying at home to rest, and see if my back will heal by itself.

According to doctor, this is caused by bad sitting posture. I'm just glad it's not my kidney or something that gave up on me.

SEARCHING THROUGH MULTIPLE MAILBOXES : Did you know that can search through multiple mailboxes or even your entire collection of e-mails at once? Now you know.

DEAR DIARY... : "I recently went into Macy's at Herald Square... I went over to the informationbooth and asked the woman at the counter to please tell me where I could find women's underwear."

Ellen Heidelberger continues: "With a disadainful look, she said, 'Men wear underwear; women wear lingerie.'"


Microsoft Preps 'Symphony,' 'Slalom' Media Center Releases
by Mary Jo Foley, Microsoft Watch
Next two versions of Microsoft's home-entertainment-hub version of Windows are already in the works.

'Longhorn': Huge Jump From XP
by Jason Brooks, eWeek
eWEEK Labs' tests show that Longhorn does represent a huge jump from XP, but it is two years from release. And with so many new subsystems, Microsoft will likely require every bit of that time to thoroughly chew all that it's bitten off.

New IE May Burst Pop-Up Bubble
by Stefanie Olsen, CNET
Pop-up advertisements have thrived for years despite numerous efforts to eradicate them, but now online marketers are seriously wondering whether the Web's most detested ad format is about to meet its match: Microsoft.

Microsoft To Revamp Windows Security
by Dennis Fisher, eWeek
The software giant is planning a number of changes that will make the Windows client and server platforms more secure.

Microsoft Eyes Smaller Firms' Needs
by Reuters
Microsoft is to invest $10 billion over the next five years to develop its software offerings for small and medium-sized businesses.

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