eOne injunction Japan court grants injunction against Sotec for copying the iMac. An Apple press release has more details.
American Express Blue not yet for Mac A reader found that the new American Express Smart Chip and Reader, designed to be used with the company's "Blue" secure online credit card, is not yet compatible with the Mac. He received the following reply from American Express Interactive Customer Service: "The required software is not yet compatible to Macintosh Operating Systems, but should be available soon."
Update: Schwab also not for Mac Joe Strauss adds that the new Schwab Velocity Equity Trading Software also does not run on a Mac. Here is what Schwab says about this new software: "Currently our new Velocity equity trading software runs on Windows 95 or 98 only and is not yet compatible with the Macintosh platform. However, we want to assure you that our Macintosh users are equally important to us and we are working to remedy this situation."
FireDrive DAT shipping Mactell Corporation has announced that their new external FireWire tape backup drive, the FireDrive DAT, is shipping.
Extensis name change A press release reveals that Extensis is now Creativepro.com.
The CPU Scorecard web site allows you to select avariety of CPUs for speed comparisons. I'm not sure what data it uses to calculate its scores, but the G4 certainly does well.
Schiller interview Apple Vice President of Product Marketing Phil Schiller fielded questions from Germany's Macwelt magazine. A MacWEEK article has the summary.
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