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Apple builds on its core

Source code is source of strength in forthcoming Tiger operating system, company says. Also: Commissions for iTunes sales, and iPods on the open road.

Source code is source of strength in forthcoming Tiger operating system, company says. Also: Commissions for iTunes sales, iPods on the open road and skinny new iMacs.

Open-source pedigree is Tiger's defense

The Mac OS X update will be spared the security woes that have hit Microsoft because it's based on Unix, executives say.
September 1, 2004

Apple to pay commissions on iTunes sales

The program is the company's latest effort to spur downloads at its music store, which is popular but not terribly profitable.
September 1, 2004

New G5 picks up where previous iMacs left off

CNET Reviews Now that the iPod era is upon us, it makes sense that Apple's iMac G5 wears the same uniform as the little MP3 player.
August 31, 2004

BMW puts iPod in driver's seat

You won't even have to take your hands off the steering wheel to use Apple's music player.
September 1, 2004

New iMac tries to play it cool

Hot G5 chip requires some serious effort to avoid overheating in all-in-one desktop design.
August 31, 2004

Apple puts the squeeze on new iMac

All of the new iMac G5 fits inside what the company calls an "enchanting" flat-screen display.
August 31, 2004

iMac G5 in pictures

The new iMac, as seen in these photos taken at the San Francisco Apple Store, places the computer's innards behind a 17-inch or 20-inch flat-panel monitor.
August 31, 2004

Skype takes VoIP software to the Mac

The Net phone-calling provider is testing a version of its software and service for Apple fans.
August 31, 2004