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O2 iPhone blues, Jon Stewart distracted by iPhone and Blu-ray already declared dead by some.

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The iPod sky isn't falling after all, Japanese engineers find fault with MacBook Air internals and iWeb gets kudos.

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99¢ iTunes rentals, disk encryption security issue and another lawsuit.

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Adobe wants Flash on iPhone, Linkin Park plays private show and shuffle price cut good for iPod sales numbers.

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iTunes DRM busted, HandBrake updated, and the 24-hour rental rule skirted. Apparently it's boo-for-copy-protection day.

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Apple is losing money on all those unlocked iPhones, the BBC joins the iTunes party and say goodbye to HD DVD.

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 Macs are expensive. Let’s just go ahead and admit that right away. Yes, they’re the best computers on the market, and each new Mac includes useful software like Mail, Safari, TextEdit, and the iLife suite for no extra charge. But many consider certain high-priced software packages—specifically, Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop, although the list doesn’t end there—to be so standard that they’re practically required purchases. Indeed, when people ask us about switching from a PC to the Mac, one of the first questions usually is, “I’ll have to rebuy Office, won’t I?” Not necessarily.

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Tiny Code's Tiny Leak

Developer leaks iPhone SDK info.

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iPhone usage a surprise, Toshiba might kill HD DVD and Malware attacks expected to rise.

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Burnt iMac clings at life, iPod success hard to pinpoint and podmaps tell you where to go.