Apple tops our headlines this week with a $25 million profit for its fourth fiscal quarter this year! Other announcements include the just-introduced PowerBook 1400 series and important news for GeoPort users. Also this week, Adam shares an obscure tip for speeding up Power Macintoshes by way of the WorldScript Power Adapter and Steve Becker weighs in with a review of the powerful utility OneClick.
We did a wee bit of tweaking on both our setext format and the Web format of this week's issue. Nothing big, just a minor reorganization and rewording of some of our administrative information
Apple Posts Quarterly... Profit! After serving as a punching bag for Wall Street, business and technology press, and financial pundits for the last three fiscal quarters, Apple surprised most financial analysts last week by posting a $25 million profit for its fourth fiscal quarter
Apple Telecom 3.0 Released -- Today Apple officially released Apple Telecom 3.0, which finally offers 28.8 Kbps speeds to GeoPort users. The update comes in two flavors: the commercial GeoPort Telecom Adapter Kit (expected to be available in the U.S
From a customer and public relations standpoint, the PowerBook 5300s may have been the most disastrous set of Macintoshes Apple ever made, although many dedicated 5300 owners have stuck with Apple and have had good luck with their machines
We're all interested in squeezing as much performance out of our Macs as is reasonable, and a tip from Tim Holmes, Mac OS Evangelist at Apple, might help Power Mac users a bit
Late last year, WestCode Software introduced OneClick, their answer to the need for a flexible, easy-to-use, comprehensive, highly customizable utility program