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Bell Aliant, a Canada-based information and communications technology provider, plans to launch Apple's iMac desktop computer and internet package in North America. According to Bell Aliant, the iMac comes with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 1GB of memory, and a 250GB hard drive.
Enough already about the health of Apple CEO Steve Jobs. It's time to turn our attention to something more interesting -- namely, that "future product transition" Apple Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer mentioned.
News that Apple expects thinner profit margins sent shares of the consumer electronics maker plummeting. The prospect of diminished profitability through the rest of fiscal 2008 and into the following year overshadowed what was otherwise a blowout quarter.
Suspicions over rigged stock options that have hovered over Apple for two years will not result in criminal charges against founder Steve Jobs and other current and former executives, attorneys involved in the case said Thursday.
By Anonymous Apple's all-in-one iMac line now has the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors and the most powerful graphics ever available in an iMac. The latest models have processors with 6MB L2 cache and a faster 1066 MHz front-side bus across the entire line, and 2GB of memory standard.
On Tuesday, Apple introduced Time Capsule. A backup appliance that automatically and wirelessly backs up everything on one or more Macs running Leopardâ„¢, the latest release of Appleâ€™s Mac OS X operating system including the amazing Time Machineâ„¢ automatic backup software.
By Eric Gwinn, Chicago Tribune Dec. 13---The holidays are a time to celebrate the past, the present and the future. Tech gifts help by keeping memories alive, making new special moments, and preserving those occasions to be enjoyed again.
Apple Computer Inc. on Wednesday said it will begin selling a version of its iMac personal computer for $899 for the education market as it bolsters its business aimed at students and teachers.
Apple Computer Inc.'s historic shift to Intel Corp. microprocessors came months earlier than expected as CEO Steve Jobs on Thursday debuted personal computers based on new two-brained chips from the world's largest semiconductor company.
People simply don't interact with a TV the same way they do with a computer, said Apple CEO Steve Jobs.