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Apple drops NBC shows: NBC's contract with Apple has expired and Apple has withdrawn NBC-distributed shows such as Heroes and The Office, as well as shows from Bravo, USA Networks, and the Sci-Fi channel. Some shows, such as Chuck and Journeyman, air on NBC but are not produced by NBC, so they're still on iTunes.
Fox films coming to iTunes: An analyst says that 20th Century Fox is in negoitations with Apple to sell movies through iTunes. Perhaps there will be an official annoucement at Mac Expo in January 2008.
Mac marketshare up: A survey says that Apple's share of the operating system market is now at 6.81 percent, up from 6.61 percent in October. 3.59 percent of the market uses Intel Macs, while 3.22 percent are using Power PC.
German iPhone ruling delayed: The Hamburg District Court that was supposed to rule on the T-Mobile/Vodafone case today says it will have a ruling tomorrow. Vodafone says that the iPhone/T-Mobile exclusivity is unlawful under German law.
Another Apple lawsuit: Apple is being sued by Klausner Technologies over the visual voicemail feature in the iPhone.
China Mobile still talking iPhone: Reports of that the talks between China Mobile and Apple are dead are incorrect. China Mobile is still working with Apple to bring the iPhone over the Great Wall.
Pepsi offers free MP3: Pepsi and Amazon announced a promotion where they'll give away a free MP3 track after you collect five song codes from Pepsi bottle caps. Let the gut rot begin!
Jobs to speak at Mac Expo: In case you had any doubt, Steve Jobs will deliver the keynote at Mac Expo in January.