Fans of the Apple Newton can breathe a sigh of relief: Apple chief executive Gil Amelio told the New York Times on Wednesday that it is not on his hit list of product lines to sell off. "It?s not being stopped," he told the newspaper, "and it may never be." It is believed that Amelio is waiting to see the market impact of two new Newton message pads released next month. But he repeated his previous decision to axe the Pippin web surfer.
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