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Friday, September 30, 2005

Macworld Expo SF registration now open

Friday IDG World Expo announced that attendee registration for the upcoming Macworld Conference & Expo is now open.

It will once again be held at San Francisco’s Moscone Center from January 9-13, 2006. Attendees who register before December 9, 2005 will receive early bird pricing.
You can get more information and what's going on at MacWorld and on pricing from the Web site

Mac Surprise

It seems that Apple has no plans on labeling their Mac mini boxes with the new speeds, faster DVD drive or more graphic card memory availible on the mini's. It's more of buy and find out what you got when you get home.

According to ZDnet who is quoting CNET (with no link to the CNET news web page) " that it has started offering machines that in some cases have improved processing powers and other enhancements. However, Apple is not labeling the new machines in any special way, so buyers have no way of knowing if they are getting the more capable models".

saying "Some Mac Mini systems may contain components that slightly exceed the published specifications," Apple said in a statement. "There are no changes to the published specifications or part numbers."

My question to Apple or anybody out there is- Is this legal?
Can Apple sell a product (in what seems like deception) not labeling the product correctly?

Of coarse this is assuming the article is true. If anybody brought a mac mini with the higher specs with the same old label on the box please post here.

**Update**According to MacCentral Apple Computer today confirmed that some Mac minis are shipping with higher than advertised specifications. “Some Mac mini systems may contain components that slightly exceed the published specifications,” said Apple in a statement provided to MacCentral. “There are no changes to the published specifications or part numbers.”

Upcoming and New Releases
Reporter Leander Kahney follows up his best selling book, "The Cult of Mac," with "The Cult of iPod," a comprehensive look at how the iPod is changing music, culture, and listening behavior.

Phanfare has added support for Mac OS X with the release of a Beta of the Mac version of it's online photo and video sharing service software.

Aspyr Media today offered more information its upcoming Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse game title.
"From the Executive Producer of Halo, comes Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse. You play as Stubbs, an undead antihero who takes on a futuristic city using nothing but his own carcass and the weapons of his possessed enemies. This third-person action game uses the Halo engine and integrates tongue-in-cheek humor and a strong storyline with innovative combat."

It's ship date is planned for November for $39.99.

Mozilla has upgraded their enhanced Mozilla email client called Mozilla Thunderbird (version 1.0.7). Thunderbird 1.0.7 is a security and stability update that you can download here.

Symantec released their latest NAV virus def. You can run your NAV updater or download the stand alone here.


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