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 When Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone in his January 9, 2007, keynote address, he called it “a widescreen iPod, mobile phone, and Internet communicator.” And it was. Later in the speech, he explained that it ran a version of Mac OS X, designed for “desktop-class applications.” And it did—but the iPhone only used the applications that Apple chose to build into its firmware. Developers could only write apps to run in the Web browser, or be installed on hacked, or jailbroken, iPhones.

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AT&T Stores will stop receiving iPhone 1.0 in June.

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Mysterious boxes force us to ponder 1st grade math.

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GPS-enabled iPhone could mean big money for Broadcom, bad news for GPS device makers.

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Localizable.string diving yields possible change.

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aTV Flash Gets Peeled

 The much heralded hack for the Apple TV, aTV Flash ($59.95) has been repealed and removed from sale. The company reported today on their website the following information: 

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  The iPod is not only the best-looking and best-selling music player to date but also a springboard from which dozens of accessories have launched and soared. These products turn your iPod from a mere digital music player into multi-functional tool--that happens to play episodes of Family Guy.  Some attachments are so useful that it makes you wonder why Apple didn’t think of it first. In fact, some of these accessories can become so integral to your iPod that it can feel naked without them.

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BioShock on the iPhone? Sweet!

BioShock and Re-Volt to shoot up your productivity.

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Windows 7 shown publically, more tantalizing Apple patents, the Lost finale, and more of today's news.

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 Dennis Liu, creator of our favorite screencast music video, "Again and Again" from the indie band, The Bird and the Bee, took us through the process of creating the spellbinding video.