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For Apple, ups, downs and unsolicited advice

The Mac maker suffers a snub at the hands of Adobe, manages to get its Xserve G5 server out the door after a month's delay, and gets a tip on the iPod from Real CEO Rob Glaser.

The Mac maker suffers a snub at the hands of software powerhouse Adobe Systems, manages to shuttle its Xserve G5 server out the door after a month's delay, and gets a tip on the iPod and iTunes from RealNetworks CEO Rob Glaser.

Adobe turns its back on Mac again

The software maker plans to drop the Mac version of its FrameMaker publishing software. It's the latest of several apparent snubs against Apple Computer's operating system.
March 23, 2004

Apple delivers Xserve G5

The Mac maker finally ships its new single-processor server and plans to release the dual-processor version in April.
March 23, 2004

Real's Glaser: Open the iPod

The CEO says Apple is creating problems for itself by using a file format that forces consumers to buy music from the iTunes site.
March 23, 2004