After running a pilot program at its retail stores this past holiday shopping season, Apple Computer has deemed its EasyPay checkout systems a \"big success\" and plans to further integrate the devices into its retail experience, according to an online report.
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In a move that may surprise some Apple watchers, reliable sources tell AppleInsider the Mac maker has contracted the design duties for its next-generation Power Mac motherboard over to industry heavyweight Intel Corp.
A mid-day power outage knocked Apple’s inventory and management systems offline on Friday, severing the company’s links to credit card processing networks around the world.
Tim Schaaff has left Apple Computer for Sony Corporation, where he has been appointed to the newly-created position of Senior Vice President of Software Development, effective immediately.
After speaking with 20 Apple Specialist this week, research and investment firm PiperJaffray said that resellers are experiencing stronger holiday sales of both iPods and Macs this year verses last year, with only a \"handful\" of customers choosing to hold off their new Mac purchases until Intel Macs are unveiled.
Apple Computer as early as this evening is expected to release the first update to its Aperture all-in-one post production tool for photographers.
Intel Corp. is preparing to make a splash early next year when it officially launches its next-generation dual-core \"Yonah\" notebook processors, which will initially debut at a top speed of 2.16GHz dual-core.
Apple Computer is among a group of Leading PC and consumer electronics companies that announced on Tuesday they are working to develop a specification, referred to as the unified display interface (UDI), that is intended to serve as the next-generation standard for connectivity between PCs and consumer electronics devices like HDTVs.
Following the termination of its exclusive deal with Apple Computer, Inc. to distribute re-branded iPods, Hewlett-Packard is preparing to reengage in the digital music business this January, and will likely do so without Apple\'s iTunes software, reports Macworld UK.