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Steve's iPhone Mea Culpa

Steve's peace offering to iPhone early adopters.

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"That's technology," all right, but the $200 iPhone price cut still causes disagreements. The newest iPod models should strengthen Apple's market dominance, although Rick Rubin says the player will soon be obsolete. And more of today's news.

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Impulse buying has never been easier.

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Get those credit cards ready.

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Is Madonna Apple's answer to the Beatles on iTunes? NBC moves on to your TiVo and Rick Rubin predicts the future of the music industry.

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Video: iPod nano Development

Never before seen iPod nano video.

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Everyone is gearing up for the Apple event tomorrow. What new iPods will Steve unveil? The iPhone beats Treo and Blackberry in July to become the number one smartphone in the United States.

The iTunes battle bubbles over with NBC taking their marbles home and refusing to play; iPhone pulls in more business apps as Nokia creates a quasi-credible cellphone challenger and iPod cross chatter boosts stocks.

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iPod nano Hits the Road

I've got my spine, I've got my nano crushed.

The head honchos of the German car maker and the American computer manufacturer talk shop while two San Francisco women file suit against Apple. Also, the Apple Store has become a target of thieves, an update for the AirPort Extreme is released, and a classic video game is being made into a movie.