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The Mac maker announces a digital music player, and Microsoft releases Office for Mac OS X "gold code" to manufacturing. Also: Apple discounts iMacs in New York and Washington, D.C.

The Mac maker announces a digital music player, and Microsoft releases Office for Mac OS X "gold code" to manufacturing. Also, Apple discounts iMacs in New York and Washington, D.C.
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 Apple's musical iPod unveiled
Steve Jobs, CEO, and Philip Schiller, VP worldwide product marketing, Apple
Office for Mac OS X countdown quickens
Microsoft sets Nov. 19 as the launch date for one of the most important applications for Apple Computer's new operating system.
October 24, 2001  
Apple's iPod spurs mixed reactions
update The Mac maker announces a digital music player that can store 1,000 songs on its hard drive. Analysts weigh its pros and cons.
October 23, 2001  
New York, Washington get iMac deal
Apple quietly discounts a now-discontinued iMac model to $499 through dealers in the two areas hit hardest by the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
October 23, 2001