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Steve Jobs announces Safari for WindowsApple makes a bid for a larger slice of the browser market with a version of Safari for Windows, XP, and Vista.
Apple makes a bid for a larger slice of the browser market with a version of Safari for Windows XP and Vista. CEO Steve Jobs made the announcement on Monday at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
At Macworld in San Francisco, CEO Steve Jobs unveils a new, compact version of the PowerBook that weighs less than 5 pounds.
Apple is touting Safari 4 as the fastest browser on the Web. Depending on your computer's specs, that may indeed be true. However, if you need more than speed, Safari may not be the best choice.
Test drive the latest interface enhancements and time-saving features for Safari, Apple's premier, cross-platform browser.
Brian Tong referees a four-way free-for-all with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome all competing. Which will stand tall as the top desktop browser?
At San Francisco's Moscone Center, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs opens Macworld 2007 by unveiling Apple TV. The new box will allow five computers to connect to the device, creating a hub for the digital living room.
At Apple's WWDC in San Francisco, the company's VP of Mac OS engineering, Craig Federighi, shows off improved features of Safari 4, including faster display speeds and full history search.
At Macworld 2004 in San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduces GarageBand--a new software application for the Mac that allows you to compose music with more than 50 different software instruments.
At San Francisco's Moscone Center, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs debuts an updated, Intel-based iMac. The machine will come in the same sizes as its PowerPC predecessors and will cost the same, but Jobs said it will be two to three times faster because it