The numbers from Apple's conference call announcing the company's third quarter 2007 results.

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The iPhone launch-weekend numbers didn't live up to the hype, but Apple will report its Q3 2007 earnings today, and many other numbers are expected to be strong. Today's news roundup has more.

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Previously giddy analysts take a step back from wild speculation on June iPhone sales as Apple share price falls. BlackHat attendees will get a detailed overview of the iPhone security flaw revealed yesterday. But there's still a lot to love about the iPhone.

A security group says hackers can take over your iPhone - if you're not careful. Plus, the Apple faithful expect big numbers during Wednesday's third quarter results announcement, and Duke University says Cisco, not Apple, is to blame for its network woes.

The casual games community is growing on the Mac, thanks to easy to use tools and lively online communities.

Piper Jaffray’s bullish on the iPhone, and so is the Research in Motion CEO (of all people). A hacker who claims he's been paid to write malicious code targeting OS X has received death threats. And more!

You might not think the social and legal issues of the games industry affect casual games. But they do.

Is the Mac a viable gaming platform? Plus, learn about the growing gaming market in India, Last Day of Work talks about its game, Virtual Villagers, and Google reveals its AdSense for Games program.

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Apple's growth outpaces the rest of the industry three to one. Flash memory and LED displays are being gobbled up. And cool new functions are coming to an iPod or iPhone near you.

Folks at the iPhone Dev Wiki claim to have an iPhone partially unlocked, and a security group says to watch out for phone numbers on iPhone Web pages. Plus, a photographer says Apple stole his pictures, a jealous Sony CEO calls Steve Jobs "greedy," and more.