What will happen when Steve Jobs and Bill Gates meet at the D5 conference tomorrow? Plus, MySpace squatters get the boot, and more Apple news.

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Genius Bar image What does it take to be chosen as an elite power user - a Mac aficionado so advanced you even pass Apple's muster? To find out, we asked some Genius Bar smarties.

Apple releases its latest security update - but it's nothing to be too concerned about. Plus, the iPhone seems scheduled for a June 20th release, kids say the darndest things, and more.

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A bluegrass musician is suing record labels and stores, including iTunes, for copyright and royalties violations. New MacBook Pros a "near certainty" in June. Thoughts on Leopard and windows (lowercase w). And more.

June is shaping up to be a big month for Apple, what with the iPhone's release and possible MacBooks Pros and iMacs on the runway. Plus, more iPhone news, buh-bye Freehand, the iGasm under fire, and more.

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Snap up a 17-inch iMac while you still can - word is that they're gone in June. Get some advice on the right time to buy a new Mac notebook. And even though it's a slow Apple-news day, the world keeps turning.

Apple is involved in yet another lawsuit, this one involving its MacBook displays. Plus, an update to the Apple memo scandal that sent the company's stock tumbling last week, Woz speakers, and more.

21 Outlandish Apps - Download Now!

One lone developer upholds the grand tradition of apps that are fun, irreverent, and "159% free." From rude noises to quaking displays to the actually useful - we've got 21 of 'em, and they're all free downloads.

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The iPhone is approved for release by the feds. One final kitten will be born into Apple's litter of Tigers. And the future will be illuminated with brighter LEDs. All the news that's fit to click.

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Investors are angry about yesterday's false story about the delay of the iPhone and Mac OS 10.5, Leopard. Plus, Amazon discounts old- and new-model MacBooks, and Apple wants to keep your notebook from getting stolen.