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Apple marches on with new-product parade

Hot on the heels of its video iPod launch, the Mac maker introduces its latest G5 desktop and a high-end photo tool.

Hot on the heels of its video iPod launch, Apple Computer introduces its latest G5 desktop and a high-end photo tool.

'Pro' photo software, Power Mac Quad unveiled

Apple introduces new high-end photo-processing software and upgrades its Power Mac desktop and PowerBook laptops.
Photo: Apple's big picture
October 19, 2005

An iPod worth keeping an eye on

The latest iPod model is deliciously thin, and in addition to its usual repertoire, it can now play video.
October 19, 2005

Apple steps up iPod 'tax' push

Manufacturers are told that they must pay if they make accessories that connect electrically to the portable music players.
October 18, 2005

Wooing Hollywood to be a tough act for Apple

Convincing film and TV producers to create shows for the video iPod could be difficult, as content and pricing questions linger.
October 17, 2005

CEO Steve Jobs hints that his company may have more in store when it comes to mobile phones.
October 18, 2005

Elgato CEO tapped to head Apple Germany

CEO of company known for EyeTV line of products, which add TiVo-like functions to the Mac, will head Apple's German subsidiary.
October 18, 2005

previous coverage

Apple names a new iPod chief and a COO, too

Jon Rubinstein, head of the marquee iPod unit, plans to retire. Also: Tim Cook takes on the COO post.
October 14, 2005

This iPod does video

roundup Jobs unveils an iPod that lets you play last night's episode of "Lost." Also onstage: a slim new iMac.
October 13, 2005