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Friday, November 28, 2003

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Apple Store Users Receive Apology
by Macworld UK
Apple has admitted that it is having "several implementation issues" with the Apple Store after upgrading its logistics systems.


DVD-Jon: Critics 'Don't Understand DRM'
by Reuters

KidsBrowser 1.0 Is Designed For Children
by MacMinute
KidsBrowser 1.0 is powered by Apple's Safari HTML engine and allows the user (parent) to preset authorized Web pages that they child is allowed to visit.

EyeTV Digital TV Boost
by Macworld UK
Elgato will today introduce new devices in its EyeTV range that are built for digital satellite and terrestrial TV.

UK Apple Chief's iPod Retail Push
by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK


Should Apple Produce More Windows Software?
by Gene Steinberg, Mac Night Owl
Apple needs to deliver exclusivity with the purchase of a Mac, as much as it can.

iPod's Dirty Secret Secret Revealed
by iPodlounge
The Neistat brothers had no intent on letting people know that there were solutions available for replacing the battery in iPods.


Contour MiniPRO Mouse
by Charles Moore, MacOPINION


Friday, November 28, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

SECRET TRIP TO IRAQ? : Don't forget your iPod.


Microsoft Loses To Linux In Thailand
by Jan Krikke,
As a result of the events in Thailand, analysts have begun to predict the end of Microsoft's long-standing "one-price-fits-all-markets policy."

Microsoft Is Programming The Programmers
by Ephraim Schwartz, InfoWorld
Redmond is getting aspiring application developers hooked on C# at an early age.

Microsoft Plays Hardball With Dutch Lindows Resellers
by Jan Libbenga, The Register
Dutch Lindows resellers are accusing Microsoft of intimidation, after several received phone calls from the software giant seeking meetings to "avoid" legal action over the name of the operating system.

Oracle Forgoes Profit To Hit Microsoft's SME Plans
by Munir Kotadia, ZDNet UK
Oracle is giving away modules of its ERP software to smaller companies in the hope of tying them in for the long term and cutting out a challenge from Microsoft.

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