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Clock Speed Is Not Output

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Have you ever bought a car because it had an 8,000-rpm engine? No, you haven't. So why would you ever buy a PC because it has a 2GHz CPU?

Apples European Vacation

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And when Apple's moves on the Continent break precedent with long-established policy, I'm on it like a cheap chapeau.

Apples Cone Of Silence

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Apple Computer's recent out-of-court settlement with a former employee who leaked details of its forthcoming hardware to the Web started me thinking again about a topic that's as old as the Mac itself: When does Apple's legendary veil of secrecy begin to

Mac Summer Party Pack

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Late July and early August are the dog days of the Mac social calendar. But even if Apple eschews any out-of-category press conferences in the interim, there's still plenty of Mac news to chase out there.

Good News For Modern Macs

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Before it falls too far beyond the event horizon, I thought I'd use this week's column to revisit last week's Macworld Expo/New York.

Taken for a Spin

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Microsoft scored some big public relations points with its open desktop announcement earlier this month, but I still can't get over how deftly the company managed to deflect attack in its newfound ability to separate the Internet Explorer browser from its

Lowered Expectations At Expo

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There are moments when I don't envy Steve Jobs.

Apple At Expo: Carpe Desktop

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In general, I'm betting that the most significant Apple pyrotechnics at the Javits Center will involve desktop hardware.

Does Mac OS X Rest On Adobe?

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The last time I tackled the relationship between Adobe Systems and Apple Computer's next-generation operating system in an opinion piece was four years ago, and the scars still haven't quite healed.

Freddie, Fannie Agree to XML Standard

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Freddie Mac and its larger cousin, Fannie Mae, are fierce competitors in the secondary mortgage market.

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