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Sunday, July 11, 2004


iPod Mini Comes To Singapore On July 24 — For $458
by Reuters
A spokesman for the Macshop in Funan The IT Mall said more than 100 customers have placed bookings for the iPod Mini.

Gates And Jobs, Together At Last
by Jane L. Levere, New York Times
Bill Gates and Steve Jobs have been celebrated in books, magazines, newspapers, even a television movie. Now comes musical theater.

Grassroots Hackers Create File-Swapping Wireless iPod
by Andrew Orlowski, The Register
In a bundle that hooks a Pocket PC up to an iPod — with the iPod as a USB slave device — the entire contents of the yuppy's music hoard can now be shared with the rest of the world: via streaming or file transfer.


Rumblings Underfoot
by Kevin Schmitt, Digitl Video Editing
Signs point to something pretty cool lurking behind Dashboard.


Apple iBook G4
by Alan S. Kay, Washington Post
It's an Apple — well put together, good fit and finish, with better software integration than you're likely to see on a Windows machine and great battery life.

PowerBook G4s
by Henry Norr, MacNewsWorld
For the average business traveler or student, there's a lot to like about the new 12-inch PowerBook.


What's On The Airwaves Around The World
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Thanks to Doc Searls who made the discovery, is an extremely cool resource for radio lovers whose taste is a bit different from your regular commercial offerings.

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