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Mac news for Mac people
*** Apple Files New Patent For Wide Touchpad For Notebooks
*** Apple Bitten By Own Words
Ina Fried, CNET News.com
*** Apple's iPod Hi-Fi Too Close To Bose
Peter Kang, Forbes
*** What Apple Co-Founder Actually Said
Peter Nowak, New Zealand Herald
I find Mr Wozniak's response shocking as it is a serious attack -- not only on my credibility, but also on that of the press in general. Mr Wozniak did indeed make all the comments attributed to him, and he certainly was not pushed or used to accomplish any agenda, because one did not exist.
*** The Mini's Graphics
Jonathan Seff, Macworld
Home stereo choices are getting thinner all the time.
*** Front Row Finally Gets The Picture
Jason Snell, Macworld
If I can make a request, the next no-brainer addition to Front Row should be adding the complete iPod user interface to the Music section of Front Row.
*** iTunes' Long March To Market Share
Andrew Orlowski, The Register
Under the current 99-cents-per-song service, Apple is the only winner.
*** Keeping Mac Mini's Integrated Graphics In Perspective
Rob Griffiths, Macworld
*** I Picked Up An iPod HiFi... Mini Review...
Shawn King, Your Mac Life
This thing is a perfect example of everything Apple does. It just works.
*** MacBook Pro Offers Promising Start To Era Of Intel-Powered Apple
Walter S. Mossberg, Wall Street Journal
The MacBook Pro is better than the PowerBook and better than the H-P, though it has some drawbacks.
*** Next Version Of Tablet PC's Said To Be Lighter And Smaller
Steve Lohr, New York Times
The Tomorrow Weblog
Emerging Technologies. Innovative Applications. New Economy
*** Yahoo Says It Is Backing Away From TV-Style Web Shows
Saul Hansell, New York Times
The other things in life
*** Emirate Wakes Up Famous. Thank You, America.
Hassan M. Fattah, New York Times
As Dubai emerges as a power on the global economic stage, it has much to learn about the "soft" aspects of business, from politics to public relations.
*** Casting About
John Barry, Baltimore City Paper
More than 100 hopefuls. Three weekends of auditions. Just a handful of parts.
Life in the city
*** Singapore Urged To Loosen Econ Grip
Saeed Azhar, Dow Jones
An inevitable second term for Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong may provide a test of whether he can loosen the state's grip on the island's economy.
*** Better Bus Service Standards To Be Implemented
*** Singapore: It Won't Be Wise For Malaysia To Replace Bridge
Singapore has reiterated yesterday that any unilaternal move by Malaysia to demolish its half of the causeway and replace it with a half-bridge will bring about serious implications, "however scenic" the bridge may be. Foreign Minister George Yeo said the republic had explained the matter to Kuala Lumpur through a third party note.
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