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If you're anything like the staff here at Mac|Life, you have a hefty dose of Olympic fever. The only cure is non-stop, round-the-clock Olympic information.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Steve Jobs reported that iPhone/iPod touch owners had downloaded more than 60 million applications from the iTunes App Store.
Maybe you're really busy. You have a job, you're building that house for those orphans. It can be difficult to make it to the internet everyday.
For you, super-busy guy/gal, we present the MacLife.com highlights of the week.
- App Store Streaming Radio Shootout: Streaming radio cage match for your iPhone/iPod touch.
- An Apple a Day: Dieting Software for the Macintosh: Using your Mac to lose a few pounds.
- Equinux iSale: Sell all those rare "Magic The Gathering" cards with this auction software.
- Vara Software ScreenFlow: Create spellbinding videos of your sweet workflow.
- Ask an iPhone, Vol. II: Gather around Salty as he shares his saline-drenched knowledge with the world.
- Apple's Mystery Transition: Change We Can Believe In: Whatever the mystery transition is, chances are it's gonna rock our world.
- Add Chapter Markers to iMovie ’08 Videos: Making movies like those fat-cats in the Hollywood.
- Dress Up Your Videos for Cover Flow, Front Row, and Your Apple TV: Impress your friends and family with your newly tagged videos.
- Presenting to the Back Row: All the world is a stage. Sometimes that stage is really, really big.
Before you start blasting George Lucas with hate mail, PhoneSaber will, hopefully, be back soon.
Just because 99.999% of the population would regard the I Am Rich app that was pulled from the App Store a complete waste of money, there are always a few folks with money to burn.
iPhone attacked by Death Star. Observers say it is shaped like an Apple logo.
The software has been updated to 2.0.1, giving us zippier performance and fewer bugs. Apple is ramping up production to keep pace with the public's rabid demands. So what's coming next for the iPhone 3G? Oh, lots.
Gene Munster peers into his analyst crystal ball and announces possible September Apple event.
According to Jonathan Zdziarski, Apple has a blacklisting mechanism built into iPhone Software 2.0, hidden away in CoreLocation.
Ars Technica got their nerdy little hands on an internal Apple memo Steve sent to the troops.
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