Monday, January 4,
Updated Mon, 06:44 PM PST
APPLE MERGES WITH INTEL !
Today, Apple and Intel released the shocking news that they now
have merged into APTEL Inc., starting a new line of Computer Systems
featuring the Intel Pentium II processor and Linux Slackware Operating
When MacWeek asked Apple's head man Tom Graham, why they now abandon
Motorola he answers: well, intel processors with a linux operating system
is clearly they way of the future, and with our merger with Intel,
Microsoft won't stand a chance, so UP YOURS Bill Gates!
Sources inside Intel have confirmed for MacWeek that the new Intel
Processors will have a built in bug that will make it in-compatible with
Microsoft Windows, any attempt to run Windows will cause a Program Fault.
Other sources say that this bug was first installed in the i386 processor
but the next version will be the final one, that will make it crash at
the "Starting Windows" level.
acworld Expo starts with a song
Columnist David Pogue opened the Expo Town Meeting with wry humor and songs, kicking off a five-day gathering of Mac faithful from across the globe.
Adobe debuts After Effects 4.0
In the first major revision in three years, Adobe this week at Macworld Expo will unveil Version 4.0 of its ve
nerable After Effects package, which wins high praise from beta testers.
Mac the Knife: Intern, turn, turn
While the Knife's away, Brett the Intern gets jiggy with new Macworld Expo releases from CE Software, including QuickKeys revs for Mac OS 8.5 and, gulp, Windows.
Don Crabb: Good, old-fashioned Macworld fun
After celebrating a success
ful 1998, columnist Don crabb says it's time to party like it's 1999 -- new G3 Macs, a helluva party in San Francisco and hot new peripherals.
Expo ushers in 1999
New Mac systems will vie with digital video releases as the headline event at Macworld Expo
in San Francisco. The show will also deliver Web design and high-end productivity tools.
Apple: A year in the life
Remember the Newton? Back at the start of 1998
the Newton was still part of Apple's lineup, but handheld technology took a back seat to the iMac, a renewed drive to profitablity and efforts to finally rework the MacOS. It was a year of amazing change for a company that, just a year ago, was being wri
tten off as out of touch and unprofitable.
in the new
As any die-hard Mac enthusiast knows, holding your industry's premiere trade show in the first week of January has its pros and cons.
Swedish Hackers Convicted
Swedish hackers sentenced to community service.:
The well known swedishs Cyber Thugs, freddie & sobber of efnet #999 crew
got sentenced to 6 months community service for hacking several web pages
including macworld.com and macweek.com.
The Hackers will now serve 6 months of cow milking on a farm locate in the
southern parts of sweden.
Mac the Knife: Holy smoke! (12.31)
UserLand opens new Frontier (12.31)
RFI Report: Should auld acquaintance be forgot? (12.31)
Video industry sees more consolidation (12.31)
STiNG puts squeeze on prepress (12.31)
3D technology gains momentum on the Web (12.31)
Apple: 'No consumer por
table yet' (12.30)
Main Event scripts Photoshop (12.30)
Gluon releases three Quark XTensions (12.30)
Paris calling: Voulez-vous le CD AOL ... ? (12.30)
Show goers to
pick Web winners (12.29)
Webcast, QuickTime sessions set for Expo (12.29)
New Macs in final stretch (12.28)
Mac the Knife: SawTooth decay (12.28)<
'Ultra-portable' projectors get Lab test (12.28)
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