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Hackers use a Java exploit to win $10,000, the SEC goes after a former Apple lawyer, your friendly neighborhood web-slinger hits the stage, and more.

A new security update comes to the rescue while Apple improves positioning with regards to record companies on the DRM issue, cool gadgetry arrives, and Microsoft sings a song of iPhones.

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The IRS extends its deadline for anyone whose TurboTax upload crashed, Macs gain market share, digital-music sales growing fast, how to stop spam, and more.

The iPhone rumor mill churns away - but life goes on. There's also good news from Intel (and bad), a big sale at the iTunes Store, new Adobe beta software, a shortened WWDC keynote, and more

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iPhone rebates of $50 to $150 could lure potential buyers off the fence. Apple pencils in three hours for the WWDC keynote address. Pundits do more philosophizing on the Leopard delay. And a few more things you might not know about Final Cut Studio 2.

Apple's new pro video production software hits the market, and a SEC statement reveals that it's good to be in Apple management. Also, Apple's Fortune 500 ranking, Adobe CS3 ships, and more.

New rumors suggest a wireless iPod for the Holidays. Also, the spin on Apple's Leopard delay continues, Apple plans announcements for its event at NAB this Sunday, and more.

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Apple has announced that Mac OS 10.5 Leopard - originally scheduled to ship in June - will not be released until this October because the iPhone is hogging "software engineering and QA resources."

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We're one step closer to being able to download the Beatles, the subscription model could be coming to iTunes, and Samsung announces an LED-backlit display.

MGM's movie catalog is added to the iTunes Store, more Windows-on-Mac developments, hard drives keep getting bigger, Windows-lovers get Mac fever, and a lot more.