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Friday, February 20, 2004

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Mini iPod: Size, Style Do Matter
by Larry Magid, CBS News
Specifications don't tell the whole story. You have to see and feel this machine to truly appreciate it. A half-inch thick and otherwise the same dimensions as a business card, the iPod mini is a truly elegant accessory.


London Apple Shop? More Reaction
by Macworld UK

Mac OS X 'Most Secure Servers'
by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK
Apple's Mac OS X has been declared one of the world's safest operating systems by London-based security experts, mi2g.

New iPod Mini Cases From Marware
by Brad Cook, MacCentral

Apple Posts iSight 1.02 Update
by MacNN

Apple Leads Tech Pack In Profit Surge
by MacNN


HomeGuardian 2
by Jeffery Battersby, Macworld
We recommend HomeGuardian 2 if all you need to do is monitor a single room. For that, it works perfectly.

iBook G4s: Familiar Design, Updated Technology
by Henry Norr, Macworld
Unless you have problems with its small screen, the standout in the new iBook G4 line is the $1,099 model.

Wireless Input Devices: Cord-Free Mice And Keyboards Promise To Set You Free
by Matthew Honan, Macworld
We liked the Microsoft mouse best, thanks to its software, ability to overcome interference, horizontal scrolling, and keyboard integration.


Friday, February 20, 2004
by Heng-Cheong Leong

IS IT TRUE? : The chip inside Apple's iPod can play WMA files, but Apple removed that feature?


Microsoft To Review Old Windows Code After Source Leak
by David Worthington and Nate Mook, BetaNews
In an effort to keep its customers secure following the recent Windows source code leaks, Microsoft has turned to the lessons it learned while taking a two month hiatus in early 2002 to clean house and eliminate insecure code from Windows.

Microsoft: No MS Office For Linux
by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols, eWeek
The latest round of speculation was prompted by remarks to ComputerSweden magazine by Stefan Pettersson, technical manager for IBM's Lotus division in Sweden.

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