Look for a new version of Skype's peer-to-peer VoIP software for the Mac in the second quarter with 10-way conferencing capabilities that can only be used on Apple Macs with Intel dual core processors
Unsurprisingly, the new iPod nano was an oft-raised topic of discussion during Apple's Q&A session with financial analysts on Tuesday. Apple executives Tim Cook and Peter Oppenheimer answered some analysts' questions and deflected others.
In Tuesday's analyst conference call, an Apple executive specifically confirmed that the company has more new iPods coming for the holiday shopping season. Logic suggests that any such unannounced products will be included in the media event Apple will hosting on Wednesday, October 12th, 2005.
Apple Computer's share of the worldwide personal computer market grew 34.8% in the second quarter, inching up just a fraction to 2.5% from 2.2% a year ago, The Mac Observer has learned
Analyst Richard Gardner on Wednesday issued a research report that revises his 2005 and 2006 PC unit growth forecasts, reflecting "better than expected consumer notebook (sales), West European and emerging markets demand " this year
Apple Computer will launch two and four gigabyte versions of its flash-based iPod shuffle this June and August, the online Asian technology Web site DigiTimes reported Friday
Endorphin Productions has released samples of full-screen, high-quality compressed videos in H.264, the Mac Observer has learned. The new compression technique is being seen as the future in delivering high-quality movies to the masses over the Internet
America Online announced Monday the beta launch of AIM Mail. Launched as a Windows-only AIM client, an AOL spokesperson confirmed to TMO that Mac users can use the service directly through a Web login