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Digital Music: Does Apple Hold the Best Hand?
04/30/04 4:32 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 989 Words

... recent Jupiter Research report entitled "Portable Media Devices -- Beyond Music" calls Apple's iPod the most successful portable media player today. "More than two and a half years after its introduction, no vendor has come close to Apple in capturing the...

Jack M. Germain
Inside Apple's G5 Shift
05/04/04 10:11 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 906 Words

... most of its first 20 years of existence, Apple relied on Motorola for all of its processor development. Then, in 1995, Apple gave birth to the Power Mac family of computers powered by the PowerPC chip, a next-generation processor the company co-developed...

Elizabeth Millard
Apple's Enterprise IT Battle Plan, Part One
05/21/04 11:21 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 881 Words

... Apple has triumphed in the digital music arena, and has won hearts in the consumer , educational and creative media markets. Yet it seems to have a tough road ahead in cracking the corporate IT department, despite a wealth of hardware and...

Elizabeth Millard
Apple's Enterprise IT Battle Plan, Part Two
05/24/04 7:40 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1009 Words

... the first part of this story [Elizabeth Millard, " Apple's Enterprise IT Battle Plan, Part One ," MacNewsWorld, May 21, 2004], MacNewsWorld looked at how Apple has been attempting to enter the enterprise through its hardware , such as Xserve and...

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


Blane Warrene
Reasons Behind Apple Share-Price Surge
06/14/04 1:25 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 639 Words

... Apple's stock has almost doubled in value over the last year -- from a 52-week low of US$16 to its current $30 range. Recently, investment-banking house Piper Jaffray updated its coverage of Apple by raising its estimated earnings and price for...

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Apple Pulls iMac as Shares Tumble
07/02/04 10:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 705 Words

... Apple's share price dropped Friday, just a day after the computer maker disclosed that its expected iMac refresh has been delayed until September. Many industry watchers had predicted that Apple would unveil a redesigned version of the company's consumer-level PC with...

Paul Murphy
Apple: Up the Market Without a CPU
07/08/04 6:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1450 Words

Wintel's Dilemma and Apple's Problem

If, as I expect, the Linux community shifts massively to the new processor, Microsoft and its partners in the Wintel oligopoly will face some difficult long-run choices. It's interesting, for example, to wonder...

Sonia Arrison
Apple Replays Old Mistakes
08/13/04 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 766 Words

... might seem hard to believe, but there was a time when Microsoft's Bill Gates was begging Apple's Steve Jobs to license the Mac operating system to PC vendors. Apple turned down the offer, and was later crushed by Gate's plan B:...

Rob Enderle
Baby Apples: How the Apple Legacy Shapes New Products
11/01/04 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1197 Words

... are many "what if" stories surrounding Apple , and one of them is this: What if, when Microsoft asked Apple to license its OS , Apple had done so, becoming the core technology in Windows instead of a closed platform . If...

Rob Enderle
Microsoft, Apple and the HP Gambit
11/15/04 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1264 Words

... two major initiatives in the consumer market this year have to do with digital media, and they are from Microsoft and Apple . Microsoft's is the broad Media Center Edition that encompasses the home and provides your music on a variety of...

Keith Regan
Apple Powers Ahead, but Downplays Expectations
07/14/05 1:36 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 800 Words

... Apple executives tried to lower expectations for the coming quarter, but it's clear that investors and many analysts still have stars in their eyes from a blockbuster earnings report , believing the good times will continue to roll for a while longer.

Jay Lyman
Apple Making Its Way Onto Enterprise Radar
07/28/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 732 Words

... some observers, Apple's recent switch to Intel processors adds to a growing opportunity for the company in the broader business market, but others question whether IT shops will take a bigger bite from Apple if the company maintains its current strategy...

Keith Regan
Apple Looks to Get Back Domination of College Market
08/10/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 935 Words

... the earliest days of the brand, Apple computers have been a fixture on many college campuses. However, for the better part of two decades, the success of Apple in reaching educators and the reputation for usability it gained with students didn't translate...

Keith Regan
Apple Trademark Battle With The Beatles Goes to UK High Court
03/27/06 9:45 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 572 Words

... lengthy battle between The Beatles and Apple over whether the computer maker infringed on the legendary band's trademark by pushing into the music business will reach the highest court in the United Kingdom this week. Justice Edward Mann will hear arguments on...

Rob Enderle
What if Microsoft Bought Apple?
04/03/06 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1432 Words

Or what about Apple partnering up with Intel ? Even Steve Jobs has said in the past that this was an impossible scenario. You would think he'd have lost a little credibility on this one.

Or Cisco , the large enterprise...

Rob Enderle
Apple as Windows OEM - and Why Microsoft Bundles Don't Matter
04/10/06 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1588 Words

... week, Apple became a tentative Windows platform OEM with its announcement of Boot Camp, which allows new Mac hardware to run Windows XP and, eventually, Vista . Apple had said it wasn't planning to support Windows -- just like it said it...

Nancy B. Adams
Logo Lawsuit Could Get Sticky for Apple
04/13/06 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 633 Words

... long and winding road that leads to profits for Apple Computer and its iTunes service may be narrowed, considerably, by a lawsuit filed by the Beatles' Apple Corps in a London court. The music publishing firm, controlled by Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr,...

Jennifer LeClaire
Apple Wins Round One Against Beatles
05/08/06 1:18 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 521 Words

... Apple Computer is free and clear to use its apple logo with its iTunes Music Store. So said a United Kingdom judge on Monday as he rejected a suit by Apple Corps. Judge Edward Mann of Britain's High Court ruled that Apple...

Rob Enderle
Game On for HP, Dell, Apple
07/03/06 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1390 Words

Of course, Apple doesn't do advisory councils because it doesn't even trust its employees to keep secrets anymore, let alone analysts. The firm did announce, though, that it would be showing its new OS , Leopard, in August. Given Apple's tendency not to...

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