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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-04       Article Source : Reuters

Perhaps the biggest threat to Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod and the portable music player industry is a device already nestling in a billion pockets: the mobile phone.

Sales of cellphones that can store and play back music are climbing, raising hopes among handset producers like Sony Ericsson (6758.T) (ERICb.ST) and Motorola Inc. that it will be their next growth driver.

Music phones may never kill off the market for the stand-alone music players of Apple, Sony, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (005930.KS),

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-04       Article Source : MacCentral

Apple on Wednesday released Security Update 2006-001, available for download through Software Update system preference pane and from Apple’s Downloads Web page. The update addresses a recently reported exploit that left Safari users vulnerable to malicious shell scripts; corrects a vulnerability to Apple’s Mail software and also changes the way iChat handles file transfers to help prevent the “Leap-A” malware.
“Apple today posted Mac OS X security update 2006-001 that fixes both the recently reported Leap-A and Safari security vulnerabilities,”

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-03       Article Source : MacCentral

Apple has released updates to iTunes and iPhoto. If you’re using a Mac that has Front Row installed, you’ll also find an update for that. The updates are available for download through the Software Update system preference pane, and they can also be downloaded from Apple’s Downloads Web page.

iPhoto 6.0.2 corrects “several minor issues” associated with playing shared slideshows in Front Row; iTunes 6.0.4 “addresses stability and performance issues” associated with Front Row.

The new version of Front Row is

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-02       Article Source : AP

CUPERTINO, Calif. - Reaching further into living rooms, Apple Computer Inc. on Tuesday introduced a speaker system for its iPod music players and a revamped Mac Mini computer that will let users access music, video and photos across their home networks.
The new Mac Mini includes Apple's Front Row software, already found on the newest iMacs, so users can connect the computer to their televisions and control their music, videos, or photos with a remote control.

An added feature

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-02       Article Source : AFP

Apple Computer unveiled a new mini-computer designed as a hub for digital entertainment, and a home stereo system linked with its popular iPod music player.
Apple chief executive Steve Jobs showed off the new-generation Mac Mini and the iPod Hi-Fi at a press conference at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, California.

As expected, the new Mac mini-PC will run on microprocessors made by Intel Corp. Apple is switching all of its PCs over to Intel chips, a process that

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Posted by inet on 2006-02-27       Article Source : MacCentral

Adobe on Monday will unveil the latest release of Photoshop Elements 4.0 for Mac, the company’s consumer-level photo-editing application. Elements 4.0 includes many new features that will help consumers with their everyday photo needs. Adobe also said the application was not being released as a Universal Binary for Intel Macs because of time constraints.
Many of the tools included in the new release allow Elements users to accomplish tasks that would have required painstaking work in the past. For instance,

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Posted by iMark on 2006-02-27       Article Source : Microsoft Watch

Would you buy an OrPod?

Microsoft has registered a Web site for something called "The Origami Project. From the rather cryptic video clip there, you can't tell much about what Origami is or what it will do. Guesses about Origami's origins have been all over the map.

But what we're hearing now is that Origami might be little more than a new code name for an ultra-portable device that Microsoft demonstrated last year at its Windows Hardware Engineering Conference. (Since Microsoft

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Posted by inet on 2006-02-27       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

With the long-running patent infringement lawsuit over BlackBerry wireless e-mail service primed to go to oral argument before a federal judge Friday, parties in the case are taking the final hours to escalate a war of words via press release.
NTP Inc. issued a statement this morning saying that Research in Motion Inc., (RIM) which provides BlackBerry service for nearly 4 million U.S. customers, has made “numerous mischaracterizations” and “inaccurately characterized the validity of the NTP patents.”

BlackBerry users

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-24       Article Source : NewsFactor

On Tuesday, security experts announced the discovery of another vulnerability in Apple's Mac OS X operating system. It is the third vulnerability found in less than a week. Security and antivirus firms have issued advisories classifying the flaw as "extremely critical."

Discovered by Michael Lehn, a graduate student and research assistant at the University of Ulm in southern Germany, the flaw affects Apple's Safari Web browser and could allow attackers to disable a Mac computer after tricking users into accessing a phony

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Posted by iMark on 2006-02-23       Article Source : MacCentral

Apple plans a special invitation-only event to introduce new products next week. The event happens on Tuesday, February 28, 2006 at 10:00 AM Pacific Time.

The invitation gives away precious little about what Apple has up its sleeve for the event.

“Come see some fun new products from Apple,” says the invitation received by Macworld. The e-mail features a large rendering of an iCal-style icon with the date set to February 28, 2006.

The event takes place at Apple Town

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-22       Article Source : NewsFactor

For iPod owners, there is an abundance of accessories for Apple's incredibly popular little music box. But if you own a Creative Zen Micro or any other portable-media player not made by Apple, you have fewer choices for add-ons and accessories.

Mostly, you must rely on iPod accessories, just like everyone else who uses an alternative player. But there are some notable exceptions, including Creative's TravelDock Zen Micro speaker system.

Look and Feel

Creative's TravelDock is designed

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Posted by iTech on 2006-02-21       Article Source : NewsFactor

Security experts have confirmed the existence of a self-replicating worm that targets Mac OS X, prompting a warning to customers by Apple Computer.
Identified in reports as either a Trojan horse or a virus, the threat first was noted on MacRumors.com and was verified by Ambrosia Software president Andrew Welch and technology gurus Ed Wynne and Glenn Anderson.

Security firm Secunia said that the threat seems to be a worm and also appears to be the first one

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Posted by iMark on 2006-02-21       Article Source : TechWeb News

The OSx86 Project, a Web site for enthusiasts of the new Intel-based Macs from Apple, has been served with a copyright violation notice, the site said. At posting time, it was not clear who sent the copyright violation notice.
As a result of the notice, the site was forced to take down its forum, a message board that members use to discuss a variety of topics related to the new computers. Apple in January started rolling out computers based on

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Posted by iMark on 2006-02-21       Article Source : PC World

The $330 Sirius S50 is a handy device for discovering new music. It blends an in-car satellite radio dock with a removable iPod-like player that can store up to 50 hours of audio in its 1GB of flash memory.

I liked the hybrid's quirky assortment of features, but its inability to receive a signal away from the dock may deter some potential buyers (the unit also requires a $13 monthly subscription to the Sirius service).

I took the shipping S50 for a

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-18       Article Source : MacCentral

Apple on Wednesday updated most of the individual applications that are included with its iLife 06 suite. The updates are available for download through the Software Update system preferences pane.

iDVD has been updated to version 6.0.1; iPhoto has been updated to 6.0.1; iWeb has been updated to 1.0.1; iMovie HD has been updated to 6.0.1 and iTunes has been updated to 6.0.3.

Most of the applications have been updated to “address a number of minor issues,” according to Apple.
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