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Apple Preps Early Release for Jaguar

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Apple is working overtime to beat its publicized release date for the next major upgrade to Mac OS X.

Can Apple Stop the Presses?

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I've been deluged by messages from friends across the Mac Web about Apple Computer's moves to lean even more heavily on independent voices in the Mac community.

Apple Picks Up Audio Company

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Newest acquisition, Emagic, creates audio hardware and software for the professional market.

By Any Name, FireWire Has a Sizzling Future

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Peter Coffee: Apple's trademark has caught on with the 1394 Trade Association. Now the "IEEE 1394" connection standard, as I prefer to call it, is ripe to catch on with anyone running high-bandwidth applications between devices.

Apples Marketing Mojo: Readers Respond

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If my excitement over Apple Computer's recent spate of activity is delusional, it seems to be symptomatic of a mass psychosis-at least judging from the flood of responses my last column p

Apples New Marketing Mojo

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Apple's "Real People" campaign sounds the theme of Windows-to-Mac conversion.

Getting Under the Hood of Apples Jaguar

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The next major rev of Mac OS X will include a dizzying number of enhancements and new features, such as iChat, an AIM-compatible IM client.

Microsoft Tunes Mac OS X Software

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Microsoft Office v. X Service Release 1 taps capabilities of a hitherto-unannounced update to Mac OS X. On other Mac fronts, Microsoft rolled out Version 3.0 of its Messenger IM application and announced new Palm synchronization for its Entourage PIM.

Apple Stops Giving Bluetooth the Cold Shoulder

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Bluetooth counts among its backers nearly every significant force in the fields of networking, hardware and operating systems. However, at every Bluetooth congregation I've attended, one vendor has been conspicuous by its absence: Apple.

Apple Takes Several Advantages Into the Server Market

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eLABorations: By making open-source technologies easier to use, the Xserve could open the door for more IT managers-if ISVs catch on

Sybase Moves ASE Database to the Mac

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Sybase sees a need for a Macintosh version of Adaptive Server Enterprise in the publishing, science and education markets.

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