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Articles by Michael Singer
posted in June 2007
Perhaps it's our Star Trek communicator roots, but North Americans are obsessed with clamshell designs. That may change dramatically if Apple's iPhone takes off with consumers.
It's easy. Grab 10 or more of your closest friends and reserve some time at a little place on the waterfront outside of Los Angeles airport.
The semiconductor maker is spending $8 million to promote a Pixar movie it hopes will encourage consumers and IT managers to buy its dual-core products.
What happens when your MMORPG is hijacked by a player with a headset, chat software, and a whole lot of attitude? Duke Nukem, for starters.
The PC maker said it would replace the estimated 14,000 lithium ion battery packs that are at risk of creating a fire hazard.
After a year of educating its partners on the benefits of Dynamics, Microsoft is extending the accounting and CRM business software to more customers with the help of a third-party IT integrator called Wizard ...pointy hat and wand not included.
Take one part Spotlight, two parts iChat, a dash of Dashboard, and mix well with Core Animation. If Apple's developers are this creative, think of what the rest of us could do.
Leave it to Apple to revamp its own Web site to fit its new attitude on browsers.
With an improved operating system and graphics and a growing user base, the Mac is grabbing the attention of game makers.
Steve Jobs teased the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference crowd with cool features of the upcoming OS and smartphone, even though they are well acquainted with the script.
The company's Connection Inventory Channel offering bolsters its N1 strategy for IT shops with Solaris or Linux-based operating systems.