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February 09, 2007 08:51 AM PST

Envisioning Global Change: Seeing the Facts

Scientists at the American Museum of Natural History’s Science Bulletins program use data from satellites to generate HD visualizations. Harnessing the advanced graphics and processing power of the Mac, they render 3D animations from their scientific observations to bring the evidence of global change directly to the general public. Join them at an Apple Store, San Francisco, and Apple Store, North Michigan Avenue. [Feb 07, 2007]

Aperture Workshop for Wedding and Event Photographers

Aperture is helping professional photographers bring their best work to light, and this workshop will show you how. See the most powerful end-to-end post-production software in action. And hear other pros talk about how Aperture has simplified their lives. [Feb 07, 2007]

“Thoughts on Music”

Steve Jobs writes, “With the stunning global success of Apple’s iPod music player and iTunes online music store, some have called for Apple to ‘open’ the digital rights management (DRM) system that Apple uses to protect its music against theft, so that music purchased from iTunes can be played on digital devices purchased from other companies, and protected music purchased from other online music stores can play on iPods. Let’s examine the current situation and how we got here, then look at three possible alternatives for the future.” [Feb 06, 2007]

Mac OS X Tip of the Week: Create an Alias Without “Alias”

When you create an alias of a file or folder, did you know that you can do so without the word “alias” automatically appended to its name? [Feb 06, 2007]

Seminar: New to the Mac and Compatibility with Windows

The Mac is the best tool for both the office and the home, making it the ideal computer for a business. If you’re one of the many businesspeople who are contemplating a move from another computer to the Mac, watch this free online seminar. [Feb 05, 2007]

Apple Inc. and The Beatles’ Apple Corps Ltd. Enter into New Agreement

Apple Inc. and The Beatles’ company Apple Corps Ltd. are pleased to announce the parties have entered into a new agreement concerning the use of the name “Apple” and apple logos which replaces their 1991 Agreement. [Feb 05, 2007]

Duncan Sheik: Awakening Spring with Rock

“Spring Awakening” shocked its audience when it debuted 100 years ago in Germany. Now revived on Broadway as a musical, it gains a new edge with Duncan Sheik’s hard-hitting rock ‘n’ roll score. [Feb 02, 2007]

Brand Your Business Better with Apple

The secret is out: Macs make it easy to create cool stuff, and Macs adapt to the way you live and work. With iLife and iWork, small businesses of any size can appear to have big design departments.  Learn how easy it is to leverage Apple designed tools and templates to show off your brand. [Jan 31, 2007]

“Greatest hits, in the palm of your hand”

Jayson Stark writes for ESPN, “It’s hard to say exactly which moment it was that we realized the iPod had taken over our entire civilization. But it might have been this one: The day we first heard, last summer, that baseball players were using their iPods to do their pregame video studies — as opposed to, say, their pregame Shakira video studies. What we have here, friends, is one of history’s most amazing gizmos ever.” [Jan 31, 2007]

Mac OS X Tip of the Week: Resize Photos Within Mail

When you email photos, you want to make sure they’re not so large that they make your friends groan. There’s an easy fix — you can resize your photos right within Mail before sending them off. [Jan 31, 2007]

iPod shuffle Now Available in Five Brilliant Colors

Apple today announced that the world’s most wearable digital music player is now available in five brilliant colors: blue, pink, green, orange and the original silver. [Jan 30, 2007]

“Vista’s pretty, but it’s a shameless Mac OS X imitator”

Reviewing Windows Vista for St. Paul Pioneer Press, Julio Ojeda-Zapata concludes, “Get a Mac with [Mac] OS X unless your home-computer needs are Windows-specific, or if the fine Media Center is a must for you. You likely won’t regret a Vista-PC purchase, but I’m betting you’ll enjoy a Mac much more.’ [Jan 29, 2007]

D-Fuse: Cold Fusion

At D-Fuse, concept rules. Uprooting convention, the London-based studio mixes motion and still imagery, music and video, and anything else you can imagine to form a new kind of design expression. [Jan 26, 2007]

High-Definition Endoscopy

High-def endoscopy images and videos on Macs allow physicians at the Palo Alto Veteran’s Hospital to see subtle indications of early cancer lesions, improving their ability to make timely diagnoses. [Jan 24, 2007]

Mac OS X Tip of the Week: Look Inside Multiple Folders

Ever wish you could see inside more than one folder at a time? You can. Here’s how. [Jan 24, 2007]

Lyle Ritz: No Frills

Jazz ukulele master Lyle Ritz recorded his first solo album in 1957 for Verve Records. Some 50 years later, at the age of 75, he discovers the Mac and GarageBand and records his latest. [Jan 19, 2007]

“You could call iPhone perfect”

Andy Ihnatko writes for the Chicago Sun-Times, “The touch-interface works flawlessly, in terms of both technical function and user interface design. Whatever you want to do — select an album to play, make or take a call, compose and send an e-mail — your first impulse is almost always the correct one. This is the simplest phone ever.” [Jan 19, 2007]

Review: “Uninspiring Vista”

Erika Jonietz writes for Technology Review, “Ironically, playing around with Vista for more than a month has done what years of experience and exhortations from Mac-loving friends could not: it has converted me into a Mac fan.” [Jan 17, 2007]

Apple Reports First Quarter Results

Apple announced first quarter financial results, with revenue of $7.1 billion and a net profit of $1.0 billion, or $1.14 per diluted share. These results compare to revenue of $5.7 billion and a net profit of $565 million, or $.65 per diluted share, in the year-ago quarter. Gross margin was 31.2%, up from 27.2% a year ago. International sales accounted for 42% of revenue. Live audio webcast. [Jan 17, 2007]

Mac OS X Tip of the Week: Search by Colors

Color labels are a great way to remind yourself of the level of importance of your files. But did you know you can even search by them? This week’s tip shows you how. [Jan 17, 2007]

Macworld 2007 Coverage

Watch Apple CEO Steve Jobs' keynote presentation announcing Apple TV and iPhone. See photos from the show. Hear what the press is saying about the new products. [Jan 12, 2007]

Inside the Image

A new section in the Apple Science site explores how the visual expression of scientific phenomenona advances our understanding of the world around us. The site will be regularly updated with new articles and images, featuring those by Harvard Senior Research Fellow Felice Frankel. [Jan 12, 2007]

Lauren Greenfield: Storyteller

Lauren Greenfield’s photographs go beyond the captured moment to reveal the story behind the images. In “Thin,” the renowned chronicler of youth culture focuses her lens on four women whose tales needed to be told. [Jan 12, 2007]

Mark Becker: Living La Vida “Romantico”

It was supposed to be just a ten-minute glimpse into the lives of Mexican mariachis who play for tips on the streets of San Francisco’s Mission district. Instead, it turned into a three-year journey to document the life of an ordinary man facing extraordinary circumstances. [Jan 12, 2007]

Apple Reinvents the Phone With iPhone

Apple today introduced iPhone, combining three products — a revolutionary mobile phone, a widescreen iPod with touch controls, and a breakthrough Internet communications device with desktop-class email, web browsing, searching, and maps — into one small and lightweight handheld device. Cingular, the largest wireless carrier in the U.S., will be Apple’s exclusive U.S. carrier partner for Apple’s revolutionary iPhone. [Jan 09, 2007]

Recent Press Releases

February 09, 2007 08:51 AM PST

Apple Inc. and The Beatles’ Apple Corps Ltd. Enter into New Agreement

iPod shuffle Now Available in Five Brilliant Colors

Apple Reports First Quarter Results

Apple Reinvents the Phone with iPhone

Apple Chooses Cingular as Exclusive US Carrier for Its Revolutionary iPhone

Apple TV Coming to Your Living Room

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