FireWire2Go PC Card for US$35

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Things Get Steamy With Extreme PowerBooks

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Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Opens Today!

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Extreme PowerBook Stands Up to Mother Nature's Wrath

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More Mac OS 8.6 Notes

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Blackberry PDA Maker's Revenues Taking Off

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An American in Tokyo

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Tokyo is the greatest electric light parade on the planet, the world’s consumer electronics epicenter. I was pleased to discover while traveling last week that it’s also a haven for Macdom, even when there’s no expo in town.

Apple is all over Japan. Eight-story tall banners advertising the new iMacs graced electronics stores in Akihabara and Shinjuku. JR train cars were plastered inside with Aqua and ice-colored ads for the iBook. I even saw men and women of various ages sporting Apple-logo shirts and clothing.

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Extreme PowerBook: Wallstreet Take a Lickin' and Keeps on Tickin'

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Go2Mac reader Surf Yogi sends along this extreme PowerBook story that made your editor cringe. Read on to find out why:

OK, so this is one of those good news, bad news things.

First, a little background. We’ve been having some trouble with our PowerBooks lately, the computers lock up on the 3rd or 4th attempt to seize the phone line. It has been VERY frustrating, as this usually happens when an eMail has been created (not yet saved), and an attempt to send it causes the modem to try and dial up — when this happens, the eMail is irretrievably lost and has to be recreated from scratch.

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Dual Processor TiBook Spotted

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Next Wave of Desktops Becoming More Like Laptops

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