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 After dangling one of the world’s coolest gadgets in front of attendees at the 2007 San Francisco Mac Expo for the better part of two hours, Steve Jobs broke thousands of hearts by setting iPhone’s release date a few seasons down the road: “We’re announcing it today because with products like this we gotta go and get FCC approval, which takes a few months. We thought it would be better if we introduced this rather than ask the FCC to introduce it for us.”

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New iPhone messaging in the works, IT departments need to "Think Different" and more patents than you can shake a UI at.

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MacBook Air dipped in gold.

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iPhone browser, a phishers dream, more Psystar drama and 3G iPhone in May rumor emerges.

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UK iPhone price cut spurs sales, Apple backs off Windows Safari push and more in today's news roundup.

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Today's headline roundup also has a full rundown of the Psystar saga, rumors of a new MacBook coming soon, and essential Mac security tips.

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3G iPhone -- Why It Matters

 Like every shiny new piece of Apple hardware, it seems like from the very moment the first people in line got their paws on an iPhone, speculation began over when Apple would be releasing the second generation. Why? Well, for one, it provided a convenient out for anyone who didn’t want to drop $600 on a new phone (Yeah, yeah, that’s it—I’m waiting around for a better iPhone). But the truth is, the iPhone was released with features that many users felt could stand a little improvement. Where were the third-party apps? No Java? And isn’t this EDGE network a tad slow?

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Oh God, My Ears

Internal Windows Vista video makes us want to cry.

The mysterious PsyStar, Apple looking for a few good entries and IBM goes back to the Mac.

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Modder brings reduce, reuse, recycle, to his old PowerBook.