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QuickTake, Take 2

  Photographers dig Macs, so why doesn’t Apple sell a camera of its own? Well, it did. But you had to be fast if you wanted a QuickTake. Apple sold its own digital-camera brand between 1994 and 1997, axing it as part of the product genocide that occurred when Steve Jobs returned to the company’s helm. While they lasted, those digital cameras recorded a handful of pictures at a then-impressive 640x480 pixels. But with fans always ready to buy “one more thing,” is it time for Apple to redefine the camera experience? The company didn’t offer any comment to our inquiry, so we asked Apple industry veterans.

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Video is a Leopard/Mac feature tour.

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Steve will lead WWDC keynote and Apple's new "Get a Mac" ads.

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HBO Hits iTunes

Television shows ready for download.

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AT&T Black iPhone Update

Turns out it's a placeholder.

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The iPhone 3G Switch

Turn 3G on and off in next generation iPhone

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PowerBook power adaptor suit settled and BSD bug discovered, 25 years later.

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iPhone is MIA

Device currently unavailable in Apple Online Store

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Back to My Mac Thwarts Thieves

Tech-savvy victim catches thieves via Photo Booth

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The iPhone availability map, O2 iPhone shipments and C64 on the iPhone.