Windows Media Player 7.01 is out. No word on what has changed.
Mac mystique John Yaukey takes a favorable and very in-depth look at what makes the Mac different. He writes: "Apple has succeeded with its loyalists best when it has appealed to the same sense of aesthetics that … Read more
PalmOnMac.com Debuts PalmOnMac is a new web-based community resource for Palm-toting Mac users. It provides Mac users with a singular comprehensive Internet source for all things Palm. Services include news, rumors, editorials, hints and tips, tutorials, special deals, product reviews, a web site directory, a software directory, interactive discussion forums, and an e-mail discussion list
ResExcellence giveaway ResExcellence is giving away 6 copies … Read more
Macworld Expo NY 2001 Pictures Steve Godun has posted a Macworld Expo photo gallery on his mac.com home page.
TechTracker Pro Special Extended through July 31 TechTracker Pro's 40% discount anniversary price of $29.95 has been extended through July 31, 2001. Start down the path to computer enlightenment … Read more
WWDC 2001 conference sessions video now available Apple has made the complete set of videos of WWDC 2001 available to registered developers. The price of the videos is far less than previous years, $400. In addition, All ADC Members are permitted free access to five overview sessions, including Cocoa, Darwin, Java, QuickTime, and WebObjects. at the ADC Member Site. We attended all of these sessions in person, and found … Read more
Apple readies next round of stores ZDNet/eWeek on Apple's soon-to-open retail locations: "Two months after launching its first brick-and-mortar retail outlets, Apple Computer Inc. is on track to kick its efforts into high gear." More.
CNET rates iBook higher than TiBook John Rizzo rated the new iBook higher than the G4 PowerBook in this CNET review. Seth Robson notes that "Not only does CNET rate the iBook (Dual USB) higher than the TiBook, but it's also the only laptop on either platform that they give a 9/10 rating."
Margin Note Of course, to most people outside the industry, the question is not whether Apple or Dell is number one, but whether Macs or PCs are number one. There is no dispute here. PCs … Read more