The Apple TV makes its way back into the Apple news cycle with an OS update. The Apple TV also gets to ride the coat tails of the report that Apple is shopping a $30 a month TV subscription service to television networks.
Finally, Adobe gets all passive aggressive on Apple with its latest jab at the iPhone's lack of Flash.
Adobe announced that Flash Professional CS5 will allow developers to create native iPhone apps and we discuss the pros and cons of the announcement and ready ourselves for the upcoming swarm of Flash games converted to iPhone games in the App Store.
A Google ad sets the rumor world ablaze with speculation. Macs gain a few percentage points in the American home and we invite you to join our DonorsChoose '09 Challenge.
The rumor mill is gearing up for iMac and Mac mini refreshes. Just in time for holiday shopping and to give Jan a dose of buyers remorse. Palm takes a stand and states that it will continue to enable iTunes syncing for the Palm Pre even though Apple keeps disabling it.
We discuss last week's iPod event and what Apple released and what they didn't. We still pine for an updated Apple TV, and MMS for the iPhone begins a slow rollout. Let's just say we're not surprised to be excluded from the lucky few to be picked to have MMS early.
It's the last time we can get together and talk about tomorrow's "It's only rock and roll, but we like it," event. We talk about The Beatles, Apple TV, the Tablet, and of course the new iPods. Check out what we predict and be prepared to judge us harshly after tomorrow's event.
Plus Susie and Ray use logic to solve the 9/9/9 mystery and the event tag line, "It's only rock and roll, but we like it." Sweet, sweet logic.