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Briefly: iMac G5 photos, Apple vs. Apple, Tiger info

updated 10:35 pm EDT, Tue September 14, 2004

iMac G5 photos

In Brief: One reader has posted that could let attackers create an image file that would run a malicious program on a victim's computer as soon as the file is viewed.




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  1. legacyb4

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Way to go, Microsloth

    Sounds like all they did was enable G5 support without doing any more work on the application... conspiracy theory lovers, ignite your engines!

  1. PookJP

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Oh Wow! Jabber Support!

    Now if only they'd add support for the rest of The Hut, iChat would be truly universal.

  1. ecrelin

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Virtual NOTů

    Well now the product is truly a "PC" product and its development schedule fits right in with everything else M$. The true problem is that we may not see it in this decade, maybe never?!? Luckily being M$ compliant is getting less and less relevant, soon not to be, can they beat the clock? Sorry they are already involved in a "Longshot".
    Too bad the iMac images are down, the apple v. apple deal sucks no matter what, and more open source standards? Outstanding, more compelling reasons to lean farther and farther away from the M$ "tax".

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