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Inventories are running low, so rumors and speculation are running high. Also, Apple's CFO talks a lot but says little, and more random-access Apple and tech news.

 The growth of the Mac market has caught the attention of the gaming industry. At the Game Developer Conference 2007 in San Francisco, several developers showed off games and gaming gadgets that will find their way to the Mac market. Here's a preview of three upcoming product on display at the GDC. 

Keyspan's TuneView: Recently Reviewed, Now Updated

When Mac|Life reviewed the TuneView iPod remote in its April issue, it received a "Solid" rating; today it received a firmware upgrade.

More Leopard screenshots surface, Apple and Google plan more partnerships (spelling trouble for Microsoft), Adobe CS3 delayed until spring, and more.

Apple Updates iTunes, QuickTime

QuickTime 7.1.5 fixes bugs and patches security holes, while iTunes 7.1 gets ready for Apple TV.

Microsoft considered killing Mac Office. Plus, Apple makes two more lists, developers get a new Leopard build, and more.

The virtualization software struggle heats up with no fewer than two new offerings, Electronic Arts gets musical, Apple patents injection molded shell, Lehman Brothers upgrades & more.

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Dubious techniques used to manipulate Digg, eBay, and other feedback-based sites, Mac sales see a dramatic jump over last year, Sony debuts its nano-killer hopeful, and more.

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Apple COO Tim Cook is confident that the iPhone's June release won't slip. Find out what happens when you secretly replace a Windows machine with a Mac. Plus: iTunes' clobbers competitors, Woz spouts off in Japan, and Apple gets sued (again).

The big cat crawls closer, one analyst has an interesting idea about how music should be distributed, BitTorrent joins the movie-download party, Ms. Pac Man comes to your iPod, and more.