Photoshop co-designer Scott Byer said Thursday that his team fully intends to launch a 64-bit version of its popular image editor, but that doing so for the upcoming version included with Creative Suite 3.0 (CS3) would be impractical.
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Given the broad scale of Apple Computer's independent probe into its stock options irregularities, any subsequent investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission is likely to turn up consistent results, one Wall Street analyst says.
Apple Computer in a long-awaited filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday provided a detail review of its investigation into historic stock option practices in which it maintained that no evidence of misconduct by current company officials had been found.
Apple Computer's iPod remained king of consumer electronics in 2006, according to an annual list of bestselling products released Thursday by online retailer Amazon.com.
Sony Corp. is likely to show up at next month's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas bearing gifts — new Cyber-shot digital cameras aimed at entry-level consumers.
Renewed concerns over Apple Computer's options issues are "valid but overdone," according to one Wall Street analyst, who says it is unlikely that the federal government is looking to make an example out of the corporate icon or its well-respected chief executive.
Shares of Apple Computer dipped more than 4 percent for a second straight day as renewed options concerns sent yet another chill through the investor community, as it fathomed a Mac world without chief executive Steve Jobs at the helm.
Apple Computer chief executive Steve Jobs was awarded 7.5 million stock options in 2001 without the required authorization from the company's board of directors, according to a news report published Wednesday evening.
Responding to a 4 percent drop off in shares of Apple Computer Wednesday morning, UBS Investment Research issued a note to clients in which it said fears over the company's ongoing stock-options issues appear to be overblown.