Archive for September, 2005

The Great High Lemming says the Microsoft wrote the first Mac OS. I wonder what’s he smoking this time? Blu-ray strikes back. Dell tries to make prop rejects for Battlestar Galactica with their XPS desktop and laptops. Talking about Dell, here’s a funny look on how Dell might try to copy Apple’s marketing strategy after […]


Windows is broken. Microsoft admits it. Their Longhorn is so messed up that they turned to Linux for inspiration for their Vista OS. Symantec tries to sell their anti-viruses to Mac users by scaring them. It’s not working. The “Mad as Hell” series was about a writer’s sojourn into switching to a Mac. It was […]


Windows is broken. Microsoft admits it. Their Longhorn is so messed up that they turned to Linux for inspiration for their Vista OS. Symantec tries to sell their anti-viruses to Mac users by scaring them. It’s not working. The “Mad as Hell” series was about a writer’s sojourn into switching to a Mac. It was […]


Sony, Symantec

28Sep05

Sony has it bad. Real bad. They are slashing 10,000 jobs, closing down 11 of 65 plants, eliminating 15 unprofitable operations, and gets a Moody downgrade to boot. Symantec calls Firefox as worse than Internet Explorer but security experts say Symantec is wrong.


Mac mini update imminent. But Apple seems to have problems with getting Intel chips early. UBS raises target price on Apple Computer and thinks that the nano could be the 2006 key product. $500 reward for a Mac virus. But before that happens, a Computeractive writer thinks the Apple Mac is back and cites that […]


The New Zealand Herald calls the nano “insanely good looking“. Firther discusses Coloware and Speck nano accessories. Do you want to know when the next Apple product will be released? Then read the tips from OziMac from Appletalk. He lists suggestions such as watching when the Apple store goes down, or reading those speculations and […]


The New Zealand Herald calls the nano “insanely good looking“. Firther discusses Coloware and Speck nano accessories. Do you want to know when the next Apple product will be released? Then read the tips from OziMac from Appletalk. He lists suggestions such as watching when the Apple store goes down, or reading those speculations and […]