The sheer depth of Final Cut Pro features can intimidate new users.
Apple's plan was to take the video editing world by storm with their
professional editing app. In order to shake Avid from its high horse,
Apple had to cram an unbelievable amount of features in there. Learn 10 tips that'll help you master FCP.
The results are in—the
second quarter results, that is. In a formal press release, Apple today
announced financial results for its fiscal 2009 second quarter, ending
March 28, 2009. The company posted revenue of $8.16 billion and a net
quarterly profit of $1.21 billion, or $1.33 per diluted share. These
results are definitely ahead from last year’s report. Gross margin went
up 3.5 percent, landing at 36.4 percent.
Apple made its first appearance in the top 100 of the Fortune
500 since Steve Jobs’ return in the late nineties. The Silicon-Valley
based company rounded in at No. 71, partly due to the declining
fortunes of some of the firms that were above it, but mostly to
revenues that grew 35.3% to $32.479 billion in 2008.
Well, not literally at least. And paper costs money, duh, and that isn’t littering the ground these days either. Here’s how to tread more lightly on the forest (besides just buying recycled paper) while saving some sawbucks too.
We get all excited about the Hulu on iPhone and don't want to put too much pressure Hulu developers. We discuss the Apple NetBook rumors and Robbie gives the worst reason ever for owning an Apple NetBook.
A fantasy band is chosen for our weekly, "Keep or Delete." Each week we download and review the free iTunes song of the week and decide whether we're going to keep or delete the file. This week's artist: