I just read that piece on Business Week about the Apple and FuturePower settlement. <br><br>The thing I worry about is the fact that FuturePower is building a 17" version of its computer, but if Apple ever want to build a 17" version of the iMac couldn't futurepower sue Apple?<br><br>Granted, the new iMac may be flat panel or something like that, and may look totally different, however future power was right when they said that the computer industry is moving to 17" monitors as the new basic size that is still accepted by consumers.<br><br><br>- Jake Minturn<br>Writer, Web Designer, and MacNerd<br>"She was a black-top bombshell straight outta Bombay. She was easy on the eyes, so I had nothing to say."
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