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Apple struts stuff at Macworld

While the company reports disappointing sales of its iMacs, the Macworld Expo showcases several new products, including Microsoft's upcoming Macintosh Office 2001.

 

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While Apple reports disappointing sales of its iMacs, Macworld showcases several new products, including Microsoft's upcoming Macintosh Office 2001, new "cube" computers and faster iMacs.

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"Overall, I'd say (Apple and Microsoft) appear to be pretty chummy."

- Chris Le Tocq, Gartner analyst

 


Apple bets consumers are ready for cubism
The company's new PowerMac G4 Cube computer, on display at Macworld, follows the iMac and the iBook as the latest spin on blending industrial design and computer power. Apple Power Mac G4 Cube

Jobs offers peek at new Office from Microsoft
Master showman Steve Jobs may be wooing the Mac faithful at the Macworld Expo trade show, but not all the goodies in his bag of tricks are Apple's.

Apple unveils new iMac, G4 systems
update The new product onslaught at Macworld Expo begins, with Apple's announcement of faster Macintosh systems and a public beta for the MacOS 10 operating system.

Macworld ends drought with new products
The product drought is over for Mac enthusiasts, who just two years ago were relegated to second-class-citizen status before Windows' market might.

Apple says iMac sales fall short
update The computer maker beats analysts' expectations but says sales of the popular iMac fell under expectations.