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Mac|Life reader, Peter Weisz, tipped us on an undocumented option within Leopard's Time Machine application. According to the documentation, "Once Time Machine has been set up, it’s a snap to zoom back and alter exercise prices, revise board minutes, or whatever you need to do to avoid annoying SEC scrutiny." Check out the "screen grab" below for the full set of options available to the small business.  Click to enlarge  

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AT&T's CEO spills the 3G beans. Several sites offer Leopard tips. A German cell company is subsidizing unlocked iPhones. And more of today's headlines.

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France's unlocked iPhone is cheaper than Germany's, plus a Steve video clip from 60 Minutes.

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Newton Dominos

You gotta do something with all those Newton modems.Updated: Learn the story behind the video. 

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Wheel rims with Apple logo in center
The iPod set benchmarks for product usability, aesthetics and cultural cachet -- and then the iPhone proved that Apple's design mojo could strike twice. So, what could Apple possibly deliver next? Mac|Life imagines the future of Apple hardware design in the form of four product fauxtotypes.

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Steve becomes the most powerful person in business, while Greenpeace gives Apple props for trying to love the environment.

It's Cyber Monday, which means you're shopping online at work when you should be working. But you have to act now in order to take advantage of Apple's free shipping.

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Unlocked German iPhone sticker shock, shareholders are still ready to fight and the word free is the best way to crash your site.

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iPhone with 3G Rumor

Spanish technology company claims to have the 411 on 3G iPhones.

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Apple wants you to shop online this Friday, while Google eyes Skype.