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New Stuff: SLR Happy

  When it’s time to get serious about photography, it’s time to get a new single-lens reflex camera.

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Music industry wants broadband surcharge, Mickey making iTunes money and MacBook Air is one hot tamale.

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iPhone SDK already hacked, old iPod sparks while charging and game developers line up to create iPhone games.

NAND flash prices fall, lost MacBook Air and Beatles NOT Coming to iTunes, Yet.

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Mac SE Goes TP

The potty mod.

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Steve talks in Hawaii, a mysterious black Apple product and more design awards for Apple.

Plus, Blu-ray hopefully coming soon to Mac, and Google banned from military bases, all in today's headlines.

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Apple Posts SDK Event Video

SDK event video is ready to watch, again, and again, and again.

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 Apple displayed games at its iPhone SDK event, with EA, Sega, and Apple itself unveiling upcoming products. Sega will release a tilt-sensitive version of Super Monkey Ball, its marble-in-a-maze franchise. Apple showed Touch Fighter, an OpenGL space-pilot game where you lean the iPhone to steer and tap the screen to fire. And EA announced plans to bring a version of Spore to the iPhone. Release dates aren’t available for Super Monkey Ball or Touch Fighter, but EA is targeting a September release for iPhone Spore. In addition to the creature simulation, EA has “other [iPhone] games in early stages of development,” according to EA spokesperson Trudy Muller. While Apple announced that all iPhone products would also work on the iPod touch, EA didn’t offer any comment about Spore’s specific phone-free compatibility. 

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First Look: iPhone SDK Beta

Developer membership has its privileges.