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From the basic structure to master slides, graphs, and multimedia, we walk you through the steps for making your Keynote presentations great - no reality-distortion field required.

One great American pastime meets another as iTunes goes big for baseball. Plus, Office for Mac goes (private) beta, and for really and truly: an iPhone release date.

19 New Reviews!

We've got 19 new reviews of top hardware and software! Just click on the large "Reviews" button on our home page and check out all the reviews labeled "New."

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Apple rolls out changes to Boot Camp and the iTunes Store, Dvorak says the iPhone will crash and burn, and Apple may be unhacking hacked hardware.

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Worldwide sales of MP3 players are expected to double by 2011, and Apple will get at least a quarter of that pie. Apple's been named as a patent infringer for building Bluetooth into its computers. Plus: Leopard haters and the MacBook's bad rap keep getting worse.

More details emerge about Adobe's new CS3, some folks think Leopard will have a 3D interface, Apple catches some slack in the EU, new Macs may have been leaked, and Steve Ballmer still doesn't get it.

Adobe Announces Creative Suite 3

In one of the most comprehensive product announcements in memory, Adobe today announced all the applications, features, services, and bundles of the long-awaited upgrade of its Creative Suite. Here are all of its elements, configurations, and prices.

More Apple TV news than you can stand. Plus, the king of CEOs, Leopard will be on time, and more.

Follow along with us as we set up the Apple TV and get our first impressions.

October pushback for OS X 10.5? Taiwan says so. And Starz sues Disney over iTunes video while Symantec claim Windows is a "safer" OS.