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Math comes to Macs rescue in price myth, Radiohead makes monies off the internets and Google doesn't want you getting lost.

Deep Tech - The Future Begins Today

At this fall’s Intel Developers Conference, the buzz in the hallways was all about Nehalem - and, no, the assembled übergeeks weren’t iPhoning B&Bs at the sleepy Oregon hamlet of 208 hearty souls that nestles just 25 miles north of America’s best cheddar cheese. Hardly. Nehalem is Intel’s code name for its next generation of completely redesigned processors, scheduled to appear in mid-to-late 2008. Intel also announced that its next evolutionary processor, code-named Penryn (also the home of a granite quarry in Placer County, California), will begin shipping in quantity on November 12 of this year.

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Move bug found in Leopard, Asus claims Apple is working on Tablet and the iPhone takes on unemployment.

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Screen Saver is Watching You

SurveillanceSaver uses surveillance cameras worldwide as screen saver.

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Software Update iTunes Style

Fire up Software Update, it's time for updated iTunes and Quicktime.

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iPhone 1.1.2 in UK, SNL's secret iPhone crush and the open source world of Android.

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Why can't Time Machine back up to an AirPort Disk? What's up with .Mac's Sync maintenance taking so long? Is the iPhone really an invention? And more things to ponder in today's headlines.

A fix is now available that addresses a system language bug for Leopard users.

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Apple upgraded the MacBook and MacBook Pro with no announcement at all. A security risk surfaces on (where else?) porn sites. Another awesome Woz interview. And more of today's headlines.

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Trojan Horse Security Alert

Intego issues critical warning.