February 1, 2006 @ 9:47 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
MacosXrumors is taking a break (UPDATE)

MacosXrumors is taking a short break. Although there might be some occasionnal articles, we’ll be fully resuming the publication by the next two weeks. (more…)

January 10, 2006 @ 12:50 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Events, macosXrumors)
MacWorld SF 2006 Keynote transcript

Here is the live transcript provided on MacScoop during today’s MacWorld SF opening keynote:

@ 8:46 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
MacWorld SF keynote live coverage on MacScoop!

MacosXrumors should be able to provide a live coverage for MacWorld Expo’s opening keynote which is performed by Apple’s CEO, Steve Jobs. The event starts at 9 a.m (PST) and the coverage will be provided in the form of a text live transcript.

January 1, 2006 @ 10:40 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
Happy New Year!

MacosXrumors wishes a happy new year to all of its readers. Year 2005 was big for Apple and there is no doubt that 2006 will definitely be “the year of Apple”, less than 30 years after the company was founded by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.

As was 2004, this year was big for MacosXrumors as the site received, for the third consecutive year, a dramatic referencing and traffic boost (check out last year’s report). We have some plans for major changes and improvement to the site for 2006 and we hope that you will appreciate our efforts.

We’d like to thank all of our readership for its support as well as the press and the sites that are regularly referencing our articles. Thanks also to all the contributors and sources.

December 24, 2005 @ 11:20 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
Happy Christmas!

The MacosXrumors team wishes you a happy Christmas and happy holidays. The three coming weeks are probably going to be very active so stay tuned as we’ll be updating the site regularly.

December 1, 2005 @ 3:54 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Events, macosXrumors)
Site owner protests against AppleInsider’s bad conduct

The Mac-centric sites’ scene heated up today as Mashugly, author and founder of OSX86project.org, has published an open letter to AppleInsider which is a known Mac rumours publication. The author claims that AppleInsider is publishing information found on OSX86project.org without even mentioning the source on its reports. (more…)

June 6, 2005 @ 7:46 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Mac OS X, Software, Hardware, Strategy, Events, macosXrumors)
Complete report on a historic WWDC 2005

As reported by the press during the last two weeks, today Steve Jobs announced Apple’s biggest strategy shift since the announcement of Mac OS X. Apple chose to scrap its ten year commitment with IBM and will begin a phased transition to the Intel architecture. The announcement was made by Steve Jobs during the WWDC 2005 opening keynote. (more…)

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@ 8:16 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
MacScoop WWDC 2005 live keynote coverage (UPDATE)

We will provide live coverage for the World Wide Developers conference today on MacScoop.com. The event takes place in San Fransisco and starts at 10 a.m today. (more…)

May 5, 2005 @ 2:00 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
MacosXrumors is taking a short break

MacosXrumors is taking a short break, we’ll resume the publication by early next week.

March 25, 2005 @ 9:15 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
Happy Easter from MacosXrumors

MacosXrumors is taking a short break, we’ll resume the publication by early next week. By the way, Happy Easter!

January 11, 2005 @ 11:19 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Events, macosXrumors)
Keynote coverage transcription available

Today we have provided a live coverage of MacWorld Expo opening keynote at MacScoop.com. While a full report is coming soon, here is the full live transcription:

January 8, 2005 @ 6:50 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Events, macosXrumors)
MacosXrumors may cover MacWorld Expo Keynote in real-time

MacosXrumors may probably be able to cover MacWorld Expo in real time this year at this web address. (more…)

January 1, 2005 @ 6:45 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
Happy New Year and thank you!

MacosXrumors wishes you a Happy New Year for 2005. During 2004 Apple has announced some amazing things but we believe that 2005 will be even more amazing and with lots of surprises for Apple fans. (more…)

December 24, 2004 @ 12:19 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
Merry Christmas

MacosXrumors wishes Merry Christmas to all of you. Stay tuned, as a lot of very interesting news may come during the next two weeks.

November 25, 2004 @ 11:31 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
Happy Thanksgiving!

MacosXrumors wishes to all readers in the United States a happy Thanksgiving.

October 29, 2004 @ 9:37 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
Email server problems.

Dear readers,

MacosXrumors has recently been transfered to new servers. This transfer, combined to some configuration mistakes, has resulted to a big percentage of lost emails. If you have sent important mail to [email protected], [email protected] or through the anonymous form, please send it again so as to be sure that we received it.

Thank you in advance.

April 1, 2004 @ 3:11 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
The rumors I did not publish : IBM investing in Apple, Apple Expo 2004 to be cancelled, Longhorn for PowerPC and more…

Like last year, for April Fool’s Day, I’m going to enumerate some headlines that could be posted this year if it had been accurately verified. Some of these rumours are crazy and unbelievable while others are credible but not verified. You to judge (more…)

January 1, 2004 @ 3:07 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
Happy New Year!

MacosXrumors wishes you a happy new year. I believe this is going to be a strong year for Apple. It’s definitely time for Apple to focus on getting back some market share and I’m sure they have lots of plans to achieve this. Updates are coming before MWSF so stay tuned!

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