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How Apple could mess up again: a special report

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January 10, 2006

How Apple could mess up again: a special report

Stephen Baker

Here's a BW Online special report on how Apple could fall. I can't imagine that Apple, for all its genius, will be able to dominate mobile music (and to a lesser degree, entertainment)the way it does today.

That said, my old suffering screen-shattered iPod finally died a couple of weeks ago, and I just bought a new video iPod. This convinced me that video is seriously going mobile--and that we should hurry up and develop good v-podcasts for this site.

Sorry I've been posting so little. I have a big project that I hope to get into the magazine this week. More about that later. (Yes, on that side of the biz, we're still as secretive as ever.)

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iBox, Apple gaming console for 2006?

With a portable device and a console, Apple

could get in the game game. That's where the money is. Some of it at least.

Posted by: Jim Dermitt at January 10, 2006 09:20 AM

Read the article yesterday. Can't say I agree with the analyst. Don't really think the pc business and what happened there relates at all to the iPod and what's happening now.

But, everyone has an opinion ;-)

Posted by: PXLated at January 10, 2006 10:03 AM

More on ibox.,2125,58310,00.html

It's a flat pizzabox Mac clone. This could make a nice gaming machine if it runs a bit hot. You could set your pizza on top to keep it warm. Perfect for a gaming party.

Posted by: Jim Dermitt at January 10, 2006 02:18 PM

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