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August 13, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…, an investment by Microsoft of $150 million in non-voting Apple stock. In terms of how this consortium will affect the University, which uses both IBM and Macintosh computers, Jill Arnold, director of…

… ailing Apple [E By Christine M. Palk Daily Staff Reporter rvival of the fittest? rwin may have believed that only the fittest would succeed, but this may not be the case for Microsoft Corp. and Apple

Computer, Inc.. For the two major companies, which announced one of the biggest alliances in computer history last week, it is more of a symbiotic relationship. The agreement between the two compa- nies will…

… include a broad patent cross- licensing agreement, various versions of so are and applications for both the M ntosh and IBM-compatible computers, collaborations on Internet software and most significantly…

… working on so that we can use them for our benefit," she said. The arch-rivals reached the deal at 2 a.m. last Wednesday. Hours later, Apple director and co-founder Steve Jobs and Microsoft chair and CEO…

Apple to a much smaller market. Likewise, many loyal Mac users are con- fused, disappointed and wonder why Apple stooped to "begging" Microsoft for money. *terms: N MIcrosoft will invest…

… -....,.".."." $150 million in Apple. 8 Versions of software and applications for both Macs and IBM. Appl I Collaborations on Intemet software. So what are the benefits for both compa- nies? John Pinette, a Microsoft…

…- sidering our eight million customers who use the Mac platform," Pinette said. "We see our backing of Apple as necessary." In reality, the two companies have always been co-dependent behind the scenes - to…

August 07, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 12) • Page Image 4

… orders received after the deadline.The computers will be dis tributed from October 9-11. The University will offer Apple IBM, and Zenith data systems. Las February, only Macintosh Plus sys tems were sold…

Computer kick-off to provide By CATHERINE KIM Organizers are anxiously awaiting the return of the computer truck this fall that will provide University students, faculty, and staff with dis counts…

… of 42 percent or more or several different types of systems. Order forms for The Compute Kick-off 1987 Sale will be accepter starting next week and unti September 25, with an extra $5( charge for…

…. Dealers participating in the sale include ComputerLand o Ann Arbor, Inacomp Compute ~,'.Center-Ann Arbor, Today's Coin puter Business Center and th Learning Center, LTD. Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY…

… According to Gregory Marks LSA Senior Wayne Stapleton works on a Macintosh Plus deputy vice-provost for informatio computer in the Microcomputer Education Center. It is one and technology, "The computer sal…

… of the models that will be sold at Computer Kickoff this held in February was very success fall. ful. The large-scale distributio fall discounts worked out well, as did the delivery." But Cynthia…

… Every, General g Close to 1,700 computers were sold, Manager of Rent-A-Byte, said, "Of s well beyond the goal of 1,500 ter- course the dealers will be undercut, y minals. since (students, staff and…

… faculty) can - He does not know how many buy computers cheaper than we can." n computers will be sold in the fall. According to Tom Diroff, owner "February's computer sale was of Technology Partners, "Sure…

… makes participation very at- i 0 (students, faculty, and staff) can buy tractive. They take a certain dollar e the computers cheaper than the deal- amount off of every computer, and - ers can," said Nancy…

… Reding, put it into a pot. Then we divide the . manager at Learning Center, LTD. Pot. Reding added, "For this sale, we Technology Partners will be par- t won't have to lug the computers up ticpating in the…

August 06, 2001 (vol. 116, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

… chalkboard were all an instructor needed to teach reading, writing and arithmetic are long gone. The University's School of Education has teamed up with Apple Computer, Inc. to give K-12 teachers an…

… that option open to scientists is important. A IS FOR APPLE School of Ed. hosts technology conference for K-12 teachers By Elizabeth Kassab Daily News Editor The days when a piece of chalk and a…

… introduction on how to inc.rporate the Internet and iMacs into their curriculums to help students learn. "Apple's real goal ... is to reach out to teachers and to show them what is possible with tcchnology in…

… their classrooms and to provide hem (with) the training that they so despesrtety need," said Cyndy Everest- Bouch, Apple's training and development manager. The fi- day Teacher's Institute, held at the…

… Schoot of Education as part of a group of confere-c across the continent this sum- mer, brings norc than 100 teachers to Ann rbor. E ach pat icipant is loaned an Apple ook, which is ronnected to a wireless…

… Andrew Shirvell, an LSA senior, See STEM CELLS, Page 2 Lack of ! " _ minority coaches n offer on about how the pro- a the classroom. he Apple team is a Stan- e ent who offers a unique the use of technology…

… Division I-A. Twelve of those a COMPUTERS, Page 2 went to black coaches. Currently five blacks are head coaches in Division I-A. The Rev. Jesse Jackson recently met with NCAA officials to discuss ways to…

August 13, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 14) • Page Image 5

… has shifted from power and transportation to entertainment and technology, but the principle remains the same. It works very simply: If Apple had gone bank- rupt, the computer industry would have been…

… - DfACK the majority have been driven out of business by the ever-enlarging Borders empire. If you'd rather buy an Apple computer instead of a Microsoft PC ... that option could be closed off as well…

… strange communion with every other Mac user on the planet, as our collective jaws fell to the floor. Microsoft was investing in Apple. I guess I spoke too soon a few weeks ago, when I complained that there…

… was no news. But then again, no one saw this one coming. The plan looked pretty straightfor- ward: Microsoft would donate $150 f million to bail out Apple's sinking ship, and would also collaborate with…

Apple t on upcoming projects. In return, Microsoft had the assurance that Apple LizI would stay afloat a while longer, since Ir numerous Microsoft programs are sold E to Mac users. But it sounded too good…

… Microsoft-Apple alliance exemplifies the corporate domination of contemporary America. Though few realize it yet, we're returning to an era like the 1890s, when monopolies first began to flourish. The focus…

… destabilized. Microsoft could have made money in that situation, but that would be a longer and harder process. The easier way is to invest in Apple - and gradually invest more in Apple - and eventually turn the…

… Schoolkids instead of Tower. As for comput- ers, well, there aren't many alternatives to Microsoft ... but you can always remind your state representatives about something called the Sherman Antitrust Act. It…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 33

…Heteos a nmultiple choice quiz yeo UShould you buy a Macintoh Plus perosol coomputer? Or our neswlyeohanced Macintolh 512K personal computer? ~l~~iLThe answer, of course, depettds. (1 11ajn IT it ha…

… conmpsuttn's Macintoshlemontrations a et's Plusheld at sour canmputs mtcrocomptuter cettter we authortzed Apple sdealer uhtollgladls atswner ansysquesions, . w ..sincludt's the otte sootypreno ... How musch…

August 11, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 149) • Page Image 15

… hour! Apply at the hiring table outside room S-180 in the Law Library's underground addition. U-M Computer Showcase Michigan union Also coming to Pierpont Commons (734) 647-2537 http…

…://showcase.itcs.umich.edu www.apple.com/edu/umichigan …

August 06, 2001 (vol. 116, iss. 75) • Page Image 2

…'s really caving into pressure. He's following the politi- cal winds." COMPUTERS Continued from Page 1 tury skills they will need," she added. In addition to providing the physical space for the event, the…

… School of Edu- cation's faculty will present their per- spectives on technology in education. Ron Miller, the school's computer systems consultant, said the Universi- ty and School of Education Dean Karen…

… leave tomorrow they will relinquish their iBooks, but Apple hopes they will retain the infor- mation they learned as well as the partnerships they forged with other educators. Nebraska resident Jerry…

… Jones, who works in Apple's marketing division. The University of California-Los Angeles, the University of British Columbia, the University of South Florida, the University of Texas, Les- ley University…

August 10, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 14) • Page Image 5

…'t believe in voodoo? Fine. I've got another theory for you, and this one's as American as a McDonald's apple pie. It's a well-known fact in tight Washington circles that, after his death, the ghost of Richard…

… "clipper chip" conspiracy? It's only got (information) highway miles on it. Get away from me, you mutt, before I shove a computer identification chip in you. Ow, that smarts! NON-STOP COPIES. ISO N I 540 E…

August 29, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

… areas we should such as computer tech- nology, space research, or ocean engineering. Right now we're handicapped by lack of equipment -it will be more of a problem now. Another year like this would be…

… 000 OCT. 24.9, OCT 31-NOV"*" I COMING SOON: 900 "A SHOT IN THE DARK" "SOME LIKE IT HOT" by Pulitm Prize-Playwrght George Kelly CQNiEe says "THE APPLE JOKE" . # Trmidlatedby Daflald Wat at…

August 29, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

… Wylen of the Engineering College, said "With' out the resources of a larger bud- get, we can't move into new areas we should such as computer tech- nology, space research, or ocean engineering. Right now…

… SHOT IN THE DARK" "SOME LIKE IT HOT" by Pditw Prize-Playwright George Kelly 41 CtoNNiE' "THE APPLE JOKE" says . . . Tramlatedby DonlWatwon ii SEPTEMBER 19- NOVEMBER 51 We have the coed needs…

August 29, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 61

… can't move into new areas we should such as computer tech- nology, space research, or ocean engineering. Right now we're handicapped by lack of equipment -it 1ill be more of a problem now. Another year…

… Kelly C oN1iE' "THE APPLE JOKE" says " r " ' rwAatedby DormM Watson I I SEPTEMBER 19- NOVEMBER 5I We have the coed needs SWEETEN I I- ' ORDER SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS NOW! in foc :)t ear .i…

August 02, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 44) • Page Image 6

… Theater 231 Candles, The Breakfast Club, and National Lam- Donner-directed opus which looks a lot like a bun- co dbJhHt;'hS2-e2s4Spoon's Vacation tell the story of a computer nerd ch of kids pretending to…

… 4, 7:30 performance; and some thugs are never supposed to make it in the big great Russian composers, including p.m. $2.50/single, $3.50/double. sent after him to steal a recording apple. Mich., 7…

August 07, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 24) • Page Image 4

… rocket's position at regular intervals against the background of the star-filled uni- verse, scientists could compute the pull of the moon's gravity and its mass and weight. Sensitive tele- metering…

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August 13, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 14) • Page Image 6

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August 29, 1968 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 77

… 27, 1968 - 4 -IPl c m t 29"".""22""221s/PlacementI Sigma Nu - Lawn Dance - August BUREAU OF APPlNTMEN'rs 27, 1968 e- 9 - 12 p.m. - 700 Oxford. UR U 3F AB Chi Phi Fraternity - Lawn Dance -3200 GENERAL…

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