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Adobe main apps don't need to be upgraded for Leopard - 0 views

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    Almost every Adobe application runs without a hitch in the news Mac OS X 10.5 (aka Leopard), but there are some warnings from Adobe about After Effects, Premiere Pro, Encore, and Soundbooth and Acrobat 8/Reader 8
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    Almost every Adobe application runs without a hitch in the news Mac OS X 10.5 (aka Leopard), but there are some warnings from Adobe about After Effects, Premiere Pro, Encore, and Soundbooth and Acrobat 8/Reader 8
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    Almost every Adobe application runs without a hitch in the news Mac OS X 10.5 (aka Leopard), but there are some warnings from Adobe about After Effects, Premiere Pro, Encore, and Soundbooth and Acrobat 8/Reader 8...
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    Almost every Adobe application runs without a hitch in the news Mac OS X 10.5 (aka Leopard), but there are some warnings from Adobe about After Effects, Premiere Pro, Encore, and Soundbooth and Acrobat 8/Reader 8...
frank guillen

How to inflict more damage to Vista Wreaking Havoc… - 0 views

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    We all know that with Windows Vista Microsoft lose the orientation and turned it into another Windows Me. Microsoft spent 5 years creating the most advanced Operating System in decades, sophisticated filesystem, new interface and a long list of features e
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    We all know that with Windows Vista MicrosoftLoading... lose the orientation and turned it into another Windows Me. MicrosoftLoading... spent 5 years creating the most advanced Operating System in decades, sophisticated filesystem, new interface and a long list of features enought to create two OSes, but something happened in the way to heaven and the system suffered some delays, features cut and ended up being a Windows Me Light, nothing resembles in Vista to what they promise

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    We all know that with Windows Vista Microsoft lose the orientation and turned it into another Windows Me. Microsoft spent 5 years creating the most advanced Operating System in decades, sophisticated filesystem, new interface and a long list of features e
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    We all know that with Windows Vista Microsoft lose the orientation and turned it into another Windows Me. Microsoft spent 5 years creating the most advanced Operating System in decades, sophisticated filesystem, new interface and a long list of features enought to create two OSes, but something happened in the way to heaven and the system suffered some delays, features cut and ended up being a Windows Me Light, nothing resembles in Vista to what they promised.
frank guillen

Smart Marketing: The real power behind itunes+ipod success - 0 views

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    Updating my collection of Apple's ads I stopped for a moment to watch some of them: think different, imacs, those "I am a mac/pc", but what really catched my attentions were the ipod+itunes. In those ads Apple appealed to a broader audience developing se
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    Updating my collection of Apple's ads I stopped for a moment to watch some of them: think different, imacs, those "I am a mac/pc", but what really catched my attentions were the ipod+itunes. In those ads Apple appealed to a broader audience developing se
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    Updating my collection of Apple's ads I stopped for a moment to watch some of them: think different, imacs, those "I am a mac/pc", but what really catched my attentions were the ipod+itunes. In those ads Apple appealed to a broader audience developing sensitive colors and music, mixing form with movement and providing a delicious 30 second ad for everybody.
frank guillen

Games on mac: the ugly duckling, but ugly - 0 views

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    Macintosh computers has always been the ugly duck of the game industry, because the hardcore games are not ported or take too much to port them or maybe because Apple has not seen any business in games or Steve does not want bloody games on mac, anyway th
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    Macintosh computers has always been the ugly duck of the game industry, because the hardcore games are not ported or take too much to port them or maybe because Apple has not seen any business in games or Steve does not want bloody games on mac, anyway th
frank guillen

Adobe makes its way to web-based word processors | whataboutmac.com - 0 views

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    Oct 1, 2007 (Edit) Adobe makes its way to web-based word processors Google hass ignited the new race in Online Word-Processors with its Office Suite aimed at providing inexpensive business solutions for everybody, everywhere. Microsoft later woke up and
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    Oct 1, 2007 (Edit)
    Adobe makes its way to web-based word processors


    GoogleLoading... hass ignited the new race in Online Word-Processors with its Office Suite aimed at providing inexpensive business solutions for everybody, everywhere. MicrosoftLoading... later woke up and promised that someday their Office Applications will be Internet based to extend their presence in the desktop to the Virtual Office and now Adobe announced that has acquired Virtual Ubiquity%u2019 Buzzword, an Apollo based word processor.

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    Oct 1, 2007 (Edit)
    Adobe makes its way to web-based word processors
    Google hass ignited the new race in Online Word-Processors with its Office Suite aimed at providing inexpensive business solutions for everybody, everywhere. Microsoft later woke up and
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    Oct 1, 2007 (Edit) Adobe makes its way to web-based word processors Google hass ignited the new race in Online Word-Processors with its Office Suite aimed at providing inexpensive business solutions for everybody, everywhere. Microsoft later woke up and promised that someday their Office Applications will be Internet based to extend their presence in the desktop to the Virtual Office and now Adobe announced that has acquired Virtual Ubiquity' Buzzword, an Apollo based word processor.
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    Oct 1, 2007 (Edit) Adobe makes its way to web-based word processors Google hass ignited the new race in Online Word-Processors with its Office Suite aimed at providing inexpensive business solutions for everybody, everywhere. Microsoft later woke up and promised that someday their Office Applications will be Internet based to extend their presence in the desktop to the Virtual Office and now Adobe announced that has acquired Virtual Ubiquity' Buzzword, an Apollo based word processor.
frank guillen

Does Adobe hate or love Apple? | whataboutmac.com - 0 views

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    Surfing for information about new applications from Adobe I've found some interesting comments from Adobe's executives that made me believe that there is something between Adobe and Apple.
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    Surfing for information about new applications from Adobe I've found some interesting comments from Adobe's executives that made me believe that there is something between Adobe and Apple.
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    Surfing for information about new applications from Adobe I've found some interesting comments from Adobe's executives that made me believe that there is something between Adobe and Apple.
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    Surfing for information about new applications from Adobe I've found some interesting comments from Adobe's executives that made me believe that there is something between Adobe and Apple.
frank guillen

Gateway ONE vs Apple Imac: Feature by Feature | whataboutmac.com - 0 views

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    While this is not the first attempt by Gateway in the All-in-One arena, this one is better than their previous models the Gateway Profile® serie, something very fugly and without any detail, but this time around, they did the homework with the ONE, an ..
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    While this is not the first attempt by Gateway in the All-in-One arena, this one is better than their previous models the Gateway Profile® serie, something very fugly and without any detail, but this time around, they did the homework with the ONE, an ..
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    Sep 28, 2007 (Edit)
    Gateway ONE vs Apple Imac: Feature by Feature


    While this is not the first attempt by Gateway in the All-in-One arena, this one is better than their previous models the Gateway Profile® serie, something very fugly and without any detail, but this time around, they did the homework with the ONE, an All-in-one stylish computer with big hard drive, good screen resolution and size, 2 GB of ram, a decent Video Chipset and an affordable price.

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    While this is not the first attempt by Gateway in the All-in-One arena, this one is better than their previous models the Gateway Profile® serie, something very fugly and without any detail, but this time around, they did the homework with the ONE, an All-in-one stylish computer with big hard drive, good screen resolution and size, 2 GB of ram, a decent Video Chipset and an affordable price.
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