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New iMac Computer Introduced  iMac is billed as the thinnest desktop in the world. CEO Steve Jobs is said to be recuperating at home Symantec to acquire security company  Symantec is acquiring Cambridge, Mass.-based digital security consulting firm @stake Inc 46,000 residents without power
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01-06 $250 iPod mini unveiled Apple
C. 01-14 Earnings rise on strong iPod, laptop sales Apple
3. 02-05 New version of iChat software released Apple
E. 02-10 Class Action Suits on IPod Battery Apple
5. 02-12 PalmSource to drop Macintosh support San Jose
6. 02-17 100,000 Orders for iPod Mini Apple
H. 03-11 Man dies while crossing street Cupertino
8. 03-15 50 Million Songs Sold Over Internet Apple

Digital Video Editing Software Upgraded 70 Million Songs Sold Online in 1st Year iTunes Breaks One-Week Sales Record Symantec to acquire Brightmail for $370m  Security software maker is acquiring the anti-spam firm. The acquisition is expected to close by July New iPod Division, Execs Shuffled Wireless hardware for PCs, Macs Faster Power Mac G5 Computer Apple, BMW introduce iPod adapter   CEO previews next upgrade of Mac OS  Steve Jobs is claiming next release of the operating system will boast some features that Windows won't include until 2006 Shares tumble after iMac delay  Shares fell more than 5% after the company said it has stopped taking orders for existing iMac models iTunes hits benchmark of 100 million songs Profit soars on new iPod sales  Strong sales helped Apple more than triple 3rd-quarter profits, topping Wall Street's expectations Cheaper iPods with longer battery life  Apple Computer introduced its 4th-generation iPod portable music players Apple accuses RealNetworks over iPod  Apple Computer responded to creation of iPod-compatible software by calling it 'hacker tactics' CEO Jobs Says Has Cancer Surgery
  $250 iPod mini unveiled  The digital music player will be a half-inch thick and roughly the size of a business card and will hold about 1,000 songs Earnings rise on strong iPod, laptop sales  Strong holiday sales helped first-quarter results easily beat Wall Street expectations New version of iChat software released Class Action Suits on IPod Battery PalmSource to drop Macintosh support 100,000 Orders for iPod Mini   Apple Opens Store with Pomp  The glitzy store opening was kicked off with loud music and a ribbon-cutting with Steve Jobs and Gavin Newsom Man dies while crossing street 50 Million Songs Sold Over Internet  Apple Computer said it has sold 50 million songs over the Internet through its iTunes Music Store Ipod Mini Global Launch Delayed Lowest-Priced Macintoshes Upgraded Reports of iPod Mini static investigated Quarter earnings triple, beat expectations

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  Huge demand for iPod portable digital music players helped the company. Net income was $46 million, or 12 cents a share

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  Chief Executive Steve has had successful surgery for a pancreatic cancer, the company's co-founder told employees

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  A contractor installing fiber-optic cables dug into the company's high-voltage transmission lines
Oct.2   15,000 customers still affected by outage  PG&E said that transmission lines have been fixed and crews were working on the distribution system Oct.13   Profits surge on iPod, laptop sales  4th-quarter earnings soared helping the company notch its highest revenue for the quarter in 9 years Oct.14     Steve Jobs first appears after surgery  The 49-year-old executive attended a news conference to unveil a new Apple store at a shopping mall Oct.25   Two Schools Get Perfect Report Card  Students in Millikin Elementary in Santa Clara and Faria Elementary in Cupertino achieved a perfect score of 1000 Oct.26   Color screen iPod, U2 collaboration  Apple introduced a new larger-capacity iPod as well as a first-of-its-kind digital compendium of the rock band songs

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Nov.28   800 customers without power  PG&E crews are attempting to locate the source of the outage

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Dec.17   Symantec snaps up Veritas for $13.5b
  Computer security giant is buying storage and backup program specialist to create the world's 4th largest software maker
Dec.28     S. Jobs highest paid Bay Area executive
  The co-founder and CEO received a salary of only $1 in 2003, but he traded his stock options for $74.8 million

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