Apple to Use Intel Microprocessors Beginning in 2006

At its Worldwide Developer Conference today, Apple(R) announced plans to deliver models of its Macintosh(R) computers using Intel(R) microprocessors by this time next year, and …(read more)

Apple On Intel Confirmed

It is confirmed. In fact, as I write this Steve is showing how Mathmatica can be compiled on a Mac running Intel. Expect some smoking …(read more)

Apple Switching to Intel Chips? So says ZDnet!

Color me skeptical but the rumors persist. This time zdnet is saying that Apple will move to Intel chips in their low end line on …(read more)

Apple Announces Free iPod Recycling Program at US Retail Stores

Apple announced a free recycling program for iPod(R), the world’s most popular digital music player. Beginning today, customers can bring iPods they no longer want …(read more)

Video on iPod

Is video on the iPod coming? Perhaps, but not thanks to Apple. Rather the Linux iPod project may finally be producing something really cool. Movies …(read more)

Apple Looking For Your Widgets

Tim O’Reilly points out how Apple’s promotion of widgets is good for coders and users alike.

Luxpro Shuffle Reviews, Who Do You Trust?

It is pretty rare that you get two reviews that are so diametrically opposed to each other. Of course, one source, by its very name …(read more)

Multi video chats on a G4

Does anyone out there know if there is a hack for using the multiple video chat feature on a G4. It appears that Apple has …(read more)

Tiger Details

Daring Fireball documents, with great detail, some of the many new things found in Tiger. From keyboard shortcuts in Dashboard to cosmetic improvements in AppleScript …(read more)

Podcast support in next version of iTunes

This makes me want to start an Apple Matters podcast even sooner than I was planning. This could be yet another great evolution for iTunes. …(read more)

Airtunes Remote Coming Soon

I can’t wait….thanks for digging this up, Gizmodo

Macwireless Ships Whip Antennas today announced shipment of a new line of AirPort antennas. New products included in today’s announcement are a line of ‘whip’ antennas to extend …(read more)