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Chris Maxcer
Alright Already Apple, I'll Try Google's YouTube App!
10/22/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1039 Words

When Apple gathered up Google's clothes, shoes, toothbrush, Maps, and YouTube app and kicked them off the Cupertino campus with its big iOS 6 boot, I shrugged my shoulders. It wasn't as if I spent hours each day with the old YouTube app...

Chris Maxcer
Apple's Textbooks Improve Everything but the Text
01/30/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 973 Words

After Apple announced that it had "reinvented" textbooks at its education media event in New York earlier in the month, I knew I had to take one for a spin myself. I downloaded the new iBooks 2 iPad app and launched it...

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Apple's New Bid for Insane Greatness
09/30/03 3:55 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1523 Words

... the year is out, Apple Computer plans to launch a Windows version of its well-received iTunes Music Store (iTMS). The store's success thus far -- Apple has sold 10 million songs through the Mac-only version -- has renewed enthusiasm about the ability...

Rob Enderle
Apple's Competitive Advantage
03/08/04 8:29 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1266 Words

... sit on a lot of PC company advisory boards, and, while this may surprise you, I actually point out Apple's competitive advantages on a regular basis. The problem for me is Apple's market share, which is at a tiny and stable...

Rob Enderle
The Rebirth of Apple as a Multimedia Company
05/03/04 5:02 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1319 Words

... may be watching the demise of Apple as a PC company and its rebirth as a cross-platform multimedia company. This has been going on for some time, but it just became obvious to me when I had a chance to review Apple's...

Rob Enderle
Linux vs. Apple: An Uncomfortable Battle
06/07/04 8:10 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1194 Words

Right? It's not like there is a desktop Unix, is there? Of course there is: The Mac OS is now based on FreeBSD Unix, as was Solaris, which makes Apple a natural target.

The Risk to Apple

The...

Joe Wilcox
Apple's 'Just One More Thing' Product Design
07/07/04 5:01 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1068 Words

In some ways, Apple is the exception because the company has tougher decisions to make. Steve Jobs' "just one more thing" aura creates an expectation that every Apple product will be exceptional. The expectation isn't realistic, but it is the price Apple pays...

Rob Enderle
PowerPC to X86: Will Apple Survive the Move?
06/13/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1344 Words

... after sending signals of this move ever since Steve Jobs re-took Apple's helm, the company last week announced that it will move to the x86 platform . While I had clearly anticipated this move for some time I also expected their...

Rob Enderle
Microsoft's Apple Mistake, Apple's Artificial Image, Open Source Isn't Open
12/25/06 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1507 Words

... know a lot of you will be spending time with your families and, if you are like me, you may be looking for some things to talk about that aren't religion or politics but just as likely to result in a heated holiday "discussion." Since the iPod, Apple's ...

Pam Baker
Apple TV: What It Can't Do
05/14/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1252 Words

... Apple TV came advertised as a convenient way to connect a computer to your TV -- and do it in HDTV, no less -- but critics say the device has clearly missed the mark. To be fair, Apple has never promised anything...

Brett Burney
Apple Innovation and the Law: Everyone Wants a Piece of the Pie
07/16/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1531 Words

... the morning of Jan. 9, Steve Jobs took the keynote stage at the Macworld Conference to introduce a new device he called the "iPhone." When he was done wowing the crowd, Jobs unceremoniously mentioned that Apple Computer Inc. was changing the name...

Chris Maxcer
2007: Apple's Biggest Year Ever?
12/11/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1674 Words

... Apple has delivered some amazing and successful products over the years, beginning with the groundbreaking Macintosh in the 1980s. 2007, however, may very well be Apple's biggest and most influential year yet. In January, Apple's CEO Steve Jobs set the tone for...

Chris Maxcer
Five Days With Apple TV Take 2
02/25/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1691 Words

... Apple announced the upgrade and lower price for its Apple TV, casually dubbed "Take 2" by CEO Steve Jobs in his Macworld keynote address in January, I knew I'd finally shell out the cash to buy one. Simply put, the first-generation Apple...

Chris Maxcer
What Should Apple Tackle Next?
06/24/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1407 Words

... Apple built personal computers, then portable media players, and now the company is manufacturing cell phones. Apple also has its own branded set-top box -- Apple TV -- and its iTunes store is one of the biggest e-commerce marketplaces for music and...

Chris Maxcer
Mac Bloggers Dig Psystar's Grave, Decry DRM, Defend Apple TV
11/21/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1259 Words

... a lot of great Apple-focused news hitting the blogosphere this week, including rumors that Apple's next OS X version, Snow Leopard, could hit in the first quarter of 2009 -- and that Apple may be waiting on Intel to deliver Core...

Chris Maxcer
The Hefty TCO of a New Apple Gadget
01/21/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2468 Words

Fortunately, Apple rectified the problem with iPhone 3G so that most every standard headphone jack could be used -- no more recessed ports.

Unfortunately, this doesn't mean that all headphones will provide all functionality -- even Apple-manufactured headphones. Remember the sweet...

Chris Maxcer
Mac Bloggers Hail White MacBooks, Salute Apple TVs, Chuck iPhone Nanos
01/23/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1461 Words

In any event, Apple quietly upgraded its polycarbonate entry-level white MacBook , announced record profits and nixed the notion that Apple might introduce an "iPhone nano" anytime soon. Plus, the Apple TV "hobby" picked up some steam.

Long Live the Whitebook

Chris Maxcer
Apple Rumor Chitchat: Tea Leaves and Goat Entrails
02/13/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1435 Words

... rumor and unnamed sources: They're often the three main food groups of Apple blog chatter, and this week was no exception. Reportedly, Apple retail stores are getting ready to undergo a software-focused makeover, and Apple will start storing customer movies in the...

Chris Maxcer
Putting Apple Displays Under the Microscope
03/31/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1908 Words

... Apple gets a lot of criticism for the seemingly high retail prices of its Macs. While the PC and Mac pundits alike can spec out competing solutions and argue over value in terms of software and operating systems, what about displays? Computer...

Rob Enderle
How Apple Made Windows 7 Better
05/11/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1570 Words

... week, a number of Apple supporters took me to task for my comment that Apple made the technology equivalent of sugar water and that Steve Jobs gave up on his goal of changing the world. I'm hardly original in thinking this way...

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