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Date: 2006-06-14
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Review: 13-Inch MacBook
Dual-core 'consumer' laptop delivers pro performance
The 13-inch MacBook from Apple is a budget-priced laptop that offers screaming-fast performance and features that you won't find on any laptop from any manufacturer for anywhere near the price. We take a look here at the $1,299 model, which sports nothing less than a dual-core 2.0 GHz Intel Core Duo chip, built-in video camera, optical audio I/O, DVI-out and a number of other goodies--not to mention its ability to run both Mac OS X and Windows fully natively. If you don't need the high-end graphics of the MacBook Pro, the 13-inch MacBook will be your dream notebook.

Multimedia For Linux
dyne:bolic 2.0 offers stable multimedia applications for Linux
Since Linus Torvalds first began to develop the Linux computer operating system in 1991, until about three or four years ago, it was an operating system used mostly by techies and geeks.

When Marketing People Go Amok
Someone at TechEd let the buzzwords get out of hand
Honest, we understand. It's a marketing person's job to make a presentation sound exciting and relevant as well as informational. But the TechEd presentation titles are, quite literally, beyond audience comprehension.

China Walks Out Of Meeting To Resolve Dispute Over World Wireless Encryption Standard
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) says China isn`t playing by the established rules
An international dispute over a wireless computing standard took a bitter turn this past week with the Chinese delegation walking out of a global meeting to discuss the technology.

ISPs Evolve And Diversify To Stay Relevant
Even the National ISPs Are Struggling As More Americans Abandon Dial-Up
When Bruce Chatterley assumed the helm of Speakeasy, he wrote "ISP" on a white board and immediately drew a slash across it to emphasize at staff meetings that the company was no longer just an Internet service provider.


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