Popular Science magazine has declared Apple's Power Mac G5 and iTunes Music Store as two of the top 100 technological innovations in 2003.

The title praises the G5 for its processor design, 64-bit chip, and for its speed when working with images or video. "Wrap it all in a gleaming aluminium case with computer-controlled cooling to keep it quiet and you've got a stunning system ready for the 64-bit future.

Popular Science describes iTunes as follows: "After years of refusing to pay for digital music, consumers have made Apple's iTunes Music Store the music industry's first digital success story."

The title is asking readers to vote for the best innovation of the year.