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updated 01:10 am EST, Mon January 17, 2005

Ars at MWSF, Mac TV?

In Brief: Ars Technica offers its times next year's operating earnings (after stripping out its cash pile), which is a "healthy premium to high-growth PC market leader Dell."

by MacNN Staff




  1. Monstermind

    Joined: Dec 1969


    No Built-in Airport?

    Phoo, this Mini is looking more like a dog with every passing day...

  1. bokubob

    Joined: Dec 1969


    mac mini upgrades

    Sure, they say the same thing about the processor in the cube, but with printed instructions, It can easily be done with the right screwdrivers. Not a trivial task, but that doesn't mean it can't be done.


  1. abe2

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Steal company secret then expect to get a free lawyer for a losing case? Get real!

  1. z10n

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Steal company secret..

    Last I checked, TS wasn't convicted of "stealing" anything. I suppose you must have a ton of proof to back up your assertation, right? I know. Likely you're a lawyer, with 20 years of IP/copywrite experience, so you know precisely when the law is being broken or not. Likely also you were actually present in TS' offices at the time the illegal actions took place, and you obtained extensive evididence of their blantent wrongdoing. Obviously you are entirely qualified to declare TS' actions as "stealing". My mistake.

    Gotta love morons who read a news story and then suddenly think they know everything there is to know about the topic. How in the world does anybody who doesn't work for Think Secret know where TS gets their resources, or the legality of obtaining that information? TS reports news. The lawsuit will decide if they reported news improperly.

    Get real.

    Nobody can get real, because nobody wants to live in your reality: a world where people are guilty until proven innocent.

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