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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.

iPod sales reach 100,000,000, and EMI's DRM-free music will be available through Microsoft. Plus, more thoughts on Apple TV, including a warning from Apple about hacks.

The chattering class claims an Apple/EU settlement is in the works, while an iPod virus lurks, a German company creates the iPhone screen, and more.

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Google loves armchair mapmakers, the AP poo-poos the Apple TV, effects of the EMI announcement, and more.

The 8-core Mac Pro we've all expected is now available, Greenpeace ranks Apple as least-green computer maker (again), Google Desktop for the Mac is now avaiable in beta form, WEP is insecure, Steve Jobs isn't, and more.

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The European Union wants to know why some of its citizens have to pay more on iTunes. Lots of people are smiling about the EMI-Apple announcement. Environmentalists still aren't happy with Apple's stubborn refusal to go green. And more.

Premium-quality music on iTunes, and Mac OS 10.5 at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. Plus, the wacky Google folks, USB on Apple TV, and more.