Friday, April 29, 2005


Art That Puts You in the Picture, Like It or Not
All the annoyances of interactive art (prurience, ritual, ungraciousness and moral superiority) are on display at the 2005 Boston Cyberarts Festival.
By SARAH BOXER

Apple Chief Strikes Back Over Biography
Apple Computer has retaliated against the publisher of an unauthorized biography about Steven Jobs by removing other books sold by the publisher from Apple stores.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Microsoft Earnings Meet Expectations Despite Modest Sales
Microsoft reported that its quarterly sales increased a modest 5 percent, pointing to slowing growth in its desktop software business.
By STEVE LOHR

From Apple, a Tiger to Put in Your Mac
Apple is about to release Mac OS X 10.4, nicknamed Tiger - the latest version of the software suite that makes up the Macintosh operating system. How is it?
By DAVID POGUE

Itty-Bitty and Shrinking, Fusion Device Has Big Ideas
Scientists are reporting that they have produced nuclear fusion - the same process that powers the sun - in a footlong cylinder just five inches in diameter.
By KENNETH CHANG

Updating Software When It Asks Nicely
Is it necessary to heed the program messages that tell you to download a newer version of something like Acrobat Reader or RealPlayer if you already have a version that works?
By J.D. BIERSDORFER

New York Sues a Marketer on Use of Internet Spyware
The New York attorney general accused a California company of clogging computers across the nation with secretly installed spyware and adware.
By AL BAKER

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