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Macs are cheaper: Using one of those new fangled calculators and the science of maths, Salon puts the Macs are more expensive myth to the test. The resale value argument is interesting and worth forwarding to all your PC loving friends.
UK iPhone sale info: The iPhone will go on sale this Friday November 9th at 6:02 PM (the first two minutes are for a rousing rendition of God Save the Queen). The phone will be available at O2, Carphone Warehouse and, of course, The Apple Store.
Take that Vista: Computerworld crowns its new OS king.
iSuit: A Florida man accuses Apple of monopolistic practices with its integration of the iPod and the iTunes Store. Claiming once his iPod breaks he will not be able to transfer his music to another music player and is forced to purchase another iPod. He could just burn the music to a CD and use one of the hundreds of CD players on the market, but I digress.
Goodbye MSN Messenger: True story, I didn't even know they still made this for the Mac. Well, now its leaving and it's replacement is supposed to totally rock.
Google gas: In its quest to keep guys from ever having to ask for directions again, Google is planning on adding Google maps to gas pumps. Thank you Google, the Mac|Life guys salute you.
Radiohead album monies: Radiohead's experiment in online sales paid off. How much did you give them for In Rainbows?
Phase game: If your chomping at the bit to play Guitar Hero 3 on the Mac, here is something to help pass the time. Harmonix and MTV Games, makers of GH3, released the interactive music game Phase on the iTunes Store.
And finally: The tattooed Zune guy has decided that he wants to change his name to, wait for it, Microsoft Zune. In the spirit of name change, the Mac|Life staff has decided to change all of its middle names to Danger.