Friday, January 16, 2004
How Do You Like Those Apples?
The fortunes of the innovative computer company have been transformed by the success of its digital music player, the iPod.
Analysts Divided On Apple Stock
Analysts are divided in their thoughts regarding the prospects for Apple, following the release of that company's first-quarter figures on Wednesday night.
Technology No Longer A Dirty Word
Technology is roaring back. Quarterly earnings from three bellwether companies — Intel, Yahoo and Apple Computer — provide convincing new evidence that a consumer-led recovery is accelerating in many technology sectors.
Apple To Be Debt-Free Feb 16; Sells Remaining Stake In Akamai
Apple will be a debt-free company after it makes a US$300 million payment on senior debt due February 16, reports the Wall Street Journal.
iPod: Think Different For Apple
Apple Computer has a history of introducing innovative products and then seeing competitors gain all the profits. Will iPod, its iconic digital music player, be any different?
What Size Fries Would Youlike With That
What musical keyboard would you recommend to someone buying Apple's GarageBand?
More On Apple Pro Mouse Problems
"I have doubts about the longevity of any repair..."
GarageBand Simplifies Process Of Making Music
With a Mac and a couple of months worth of allowance money, that high-school band can set up its own recording studio.
Apple iLife GarageBand
GarageBand doesn't break new ground for pro users. Instead, it brings a pro-quality studio into the hands of Mac users for the price of a couple of pizzas.
PATENTS GALORE : Did you know that Steve Jobs has a patent on staircase? Now you know.
Security A Work In Progress For Microsoft
Two years after Chairman Bill Gates called on Microsoft to redouble its efforts to secure its software, the company is beginning to make progress, according to customers — but much work remains.