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iWork in the works for Apple?

A name change at a Mac developer adds to clues that Apple is preparing to launch its own office software.

A name change at a Mac developer adds to clues that Apple is preparing to launch its own office software.

Apple office software seems likely

IGG Software has dropped the name "iWork" from its product lineup. Is Apple about to pick it up?
January 4, 2005

Apple's Xserve serves up more speed

Consumers can now purchase the dual-processor machines used in Virginia Tech's supercomputer, as well as built-in DVD burners.
January 4, 2005 previous coverage

Year in review: Apple sings a new tune

The computer maker saw its focus move from Macs to music as iPod mania continued.
January 2, 2005

A new iMac for under $500?

The annual exercise of the Mac faithful--guessing what Apple will release at MacWorld--has prompted rumors of a lower-priced desktop.
December 31, 2004

Apple aims to patent fall-detecting iPod

Technology would detect increase in acceleration that accompanies the portable music player's drop.
December 23, 2004

Apple sues over loose Tiger

Company says three developers posted a prerelease version of its operating system to BitTorrent file-swapping network.
December 21, 2004

Next IBM-Apple chip getting high-end feature

Big Blue is incorporating technology that lets the chip run multiple operating systems simultaneously.
December 21, 2004

Will Apple flash iPod rock market?

As rumors of an Apple flash iPod swirl, rivals say they hope a product by the Mac maker will ignite overall sales.
December 20, 2004