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Take Control 50% Off Sale for TidBITS 14th Anniversary

Take Control 50% Off Sale for TidBITS 14th Anniversary -- While we were in Hawaii last week for my sister's wedding, TidBITS celebrated 14 years of continuous publicationShow full article

Apple Releases Faster iBooks and PowerBooks

Apple Releases Faster iBooks and PowerBooks -- Apple refreshed its entire laptop line last week with the release of improved iBooks and PowerBooks. The entry-level 12-inch iBook, at $1,100, contains a 1 GHz PowerPC G4 processor, 512K of L2 cache running at 1 GHz, 256 MB of RAM, and a 30 GB hard driveShow full article

eMacs Get Speed Bump, Price Drop

eMacs Get Speed Bump, Price Drop -- Last week, Apple Computer also revised the eMac, its most affordable Macintosh computer. The eMac still sports a white, all-in-one design with a 17-inch CRT-based display capable of resolutions up to 1280 by 960 pixels (leaving it the only picture tube in Apple's otherwise all flat-screen lineup)Show full article

Apple Posts $46 million Q2 Profit

Apple Posts $46 million Q2 Profit -- Apple Computer announced a $46 million profit for its second operating quarter of 2004, based on revenue of $1.9 billion and sales of nearly 750,000 Macs and over 800,000 iPodsShow full article

New AirPort Base Station and Wireless Software Updates

Last week's release of new iBook, PowerBook, and eMac models (see the coverage earlier in this issue) garnered most of the Apple-related attention, but a few significant updates to the company's wireless networking efforts - both software and hardware - are worth mentioning. Power over Ethernet Base Station -- Apple has quietly released a third model of its AirPort Extreme Base Station designed for the education and corporate markets (model M9397LL/A)Show full article

Apple NABs Pro Video Attention

At this year's NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) show in Las Vegas, Apple expanded its professional line of video applications to embrace the next significant evolution in desktop video editing: HD, or high-definition videoShow full article

Serious TCP Weakness Identified

We've become accustomed to being in a constant state of emergency on the Internet. Stories appear about the potential for massive disruption of the Internet and we file them away as more hype that never materializes, like the Y2K threatShow full article

Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk/26-Apr-04

As before, the second URL below each thread description points to the discussion on our Web Crossing server, which will be much faster, though it doesn't yet use our preferred design. Intego Trojan Warning -- Readers discuss Intego's press release about the MP3Concept Trojan horseShow full article

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