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The blogosphere reacts to the Wal-Mart deal, Windows Vista, Bill Gates's "lies," the origin of the name "Apple," how video games are good for your eyesight, and more.

Steve Jobs Calls for the End of DRM Music

Can you imagine a world where your digital music had no restrictions? Steve Jobs can.

Wal-Mart Launches iTunes Store Competitor

With 3,000 films and TV shows available for $1.96 to $19.88, Wal-Mart challenges the iTunes Store's current dominance.

Corel Releases Painter X

The top painting application for the Mac gets an upgrade.

Apple and Cisco try to work things out, iTunes and Vista don't play nice, and more news to start the week.

Apple Inc. Settles with Apple Corps

The third time is apparently the charm in the long-running dispute between Apple and the Beatles.

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Bill Gates gets testy about Apple's Mac and PC ads, The federal government wants more juicy details from Apple on the way it has handled stock-option deals, and a San Francisco legal newspaper reveals that Apple consulted with a lawyer affiliated with HP. Still, we know (and you know) that Apple will stand by Steve Jobs. Plus: More Apple bug fixes, LED-powered displays, and a few other tidbits to brighten up your Friday.

Market share still growing, website rankings improving, Europe still cracking down, virtualization heating up, jamming online, and iPods in the doctor's office. All the news that's fit to click!

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Apple it girl Ellen Feiss, star of 2002's Switcher ads, gives the world an update on what she's been up to, other than not buying a new Mac. Plus: The iPhone rumors we missed earlier this week, how sports pros and couch potatoes can use their iPods, some thoughts on Vista vs. Leopard, and one more reason to call your mama.

Windows Vista's release inspires yawns, warnings, and - of course - hype; Apple releases its two-buck 802.11n AirPort patch; Leopard-musings continue, and so on, and so on...