Popular Science magazine has posted its 2003 Best of What’s New retrospective, where its editors highlight advances in technology and science over 2003. A dozen different individual categories are recognized, and Apple picked up a couple of nods in the Computing section, for the G5 and iTunes Music Store.
Apple’s Power Mac G5 gets kudos, “… speed never goes out of style. And that makes Apple’s new Power Mac G5 very stylish indeed,” said Popular Science.
With regards to the iTunes Music Store, Popular Science’s editors say in their headline, “Seriously, is there anything Steve Jobs can’t fix?” The magazine calls iTunes Music Store “the music industry’s first digital success story,” and attribute its success to savvy business sense and a simple, easy-to-use design.
A “Reader’s Choice Poll” allows viewers of the content to make their selection for what they think the best technology of 2003 is.