|The following are the week's Top Stories as well as our columns, editorials, and reviews from The Mac Observer for the preceding week.
Apple Stock Watch: Apple Closes Over 73, A New All Time High!
The Tables Turn As Apple Finds Itself Sued For Trademark Infringement
Powerlogix Demonstrates G4 Upgrade
Apple Stock Watch: Hot Apple + Cold PCs = Apple Topping 70!
Sonnet Throws Down G4 Gauntlet Too
Update: G4 Availability Moved Up To 10 Days
G4 Availability Promoted As "Immediate," Apple Store Says 30 Days
Losing Faith In Your Mac? Read This Chilling Windows Account
Apple Averages Three Thousand iBooks Per Day In Pre-orders!
Apple Introduces The Biggest, Baddest Flat Panel Display Ever
Apple Unveils The Fastest Personal Computer On The Planet (With Immediate Availability)
Steve Jobs Interviewed On CNBC's Power Lunch
Live Seybold Keynote Coverage
The eOne In Action In Japan (With Pics!)
CNBC: "Apple Has New Plans For iMac", Reuters Chimes In Too
[Column] The Back Page Apple's G4 ROM Block Will Only Serve To Lose Customers
[Column] Ask Dave - Products That Can Solve Your Problems
[Column] My First Mac Was A Typewriter - Building An Easy Web Page
[Column] On The Flip Side - Mac vs. PC, YOUR Mistakes Serve The Dark Side
[Column] The Name of the Game - The Idiots Build The Perfect Gaming Beast: Upgrading A Beige G3 Minitower, Part 2
[Column] The Apple Trader - Where's Apple's Next Insanely Great Idea?
[Column] Monday's Mac Gadget - MacHeadlines Puts Mac News On Your Desktop
[Editorial] The Apple Expo France: A Boon For Apple
[Editorial] Be Still My Quivering Heart, Apple's Entry Into The Executive Suites Of The Corporate World
[Editorial] Apple, IBM, and Motorola: Let's Kiss And Make Up
[Review] Connecting Your PDA To A USB Mac: Keyspan USB PDA Adapter
The Mac Observer Spin: What a week! Apple's stock skyrocketed to a new all time high while Apple rolled out the fastest personal computers on the planet! In fact, they are technically classified as Supercomputers because they are capable of achieving 1 billion operations per second (also known as a Gigaflop).
The only thing to sully the mood was confirmation that Apple had included code in their latest G3 firmware update that disables a Blue & White G3 that has been upgraded to a G4.
We also saw Apple hit with a lawsuit over using the name OS 9 which has been trademarked by a company in Iowa called Microware.