UBS Investment Research on Tuesday raised its price target on shares of Apple Computer to $86, citing higher than expected video iPod sales and expectations of a rise in Mac sales due to an early release of Intel Macs.
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Apple this week informed its channel partners of a new Mac mini accessory that will make it more convenient for users who like to use the miniature computer in more than one location.
NBC Universal and Apple today announced a lineup of new primetime, cable, late-night and classic TV shows, including primetime hits such as \"Law & Order\" and late-night favorites such as sketches from \"The Tonight Show with Jay Leno\" on the iTunes Music Store.
Walt Disney Co.\'s ESPN cable sports network is mulling a deal to distribute some television programs on Apple\'s iTunes music and video service, possibly joining its corporate cousin ABC in a landmark deal, according to Reuters
Apple Computer last week began shipping the first of its new high-end Power Mac G5 Quad systems that include Nvidia\'s GeForce 7800 GT graphics card.
The long-awaited deal for Apple’s sprawling subterranean store in the GM building was recently finalized—but only after landlord Harry Macklowe promised Steve Jobs he could take his big $9 million glass cube with him at the end of the lease, reports New York Magazine.
Despite the lack of a large video library, Apple\'s iTunes video sales have more than doubled since the company announced its 1 millionth video sale, according to one analyst.
In a presentation to investors last month, Motorola revealed brief details and a photo of the ROKR E2 handset, one of the company\'s upcoming music phones with iTunes integration.