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August 23, 2007

iPhone: The Scratch Test

by Mike Musgrove, Washington Post

iPhone Tantalizes, Frustrates Forensics Experts

by Cathy B. Almeida, Wired

Technophiles may love the iPhone, but you criminals? Watch out. The iPhone may reveal more about your misdeeds than you realize.

Apple's iPhone Learning Curve

by Arik Hesseldahl, BusinessWeek

Once again, an Apple launch is accompaied by complaints and lawsuits. But the actual number of instances is small—and unavoidable.

Video Editing Choices Blossom Into Nicely Workable Options

by Jefferson Graham, USA Today

Apple isn't apologizing. It says it wants a new audience for iMovie and that the redesign had to happen.

Do You Want OS X In Your Other Pocket Too?

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

Three of the four Apple's businesses (and hobby) are already using Mac OS X. Now, it's time for the iPods too, according to AppleInsider sources from "people familiar with this year's plans."

The interesting bit of this rumor is that Apple is ready to expand the family of three (iPod, nano, and shuffle) to a family of four. I wonder where is the gap currently — could it be the iPhone-without-phone iPod that many people are wishing for is going to be an (expensive) reality?

The Real Question About Mac Security

by David Morgenstern, ZDNet

By its record, the Mac has been a more secure platform and continues to be a more secure platform. And that's what matters to users.

The New iLife Lives Large On The Web

by Rob Pegoraro, Washington Post

Setting aside the quirks of this release, Apple is probably right in thinking that online sharing will matter more than handing out physical copies of your creativity, such as a DVD or a photo print.

Running Windows Vista On A Mac

by Walter S. Mossberg, AllThingsD

FastCut 3.0 RT Adds Title Effects, Presets

by MacNN

iDVD '08: DVD Creation Application Sees Improvements, Despite Apple's Indifference

by Jeff Carlson, Macworld

My Summer Fling With iPhone

by Amy Tiemann, CNET

Why hasn't iPhone been the end-all, be-all device I was hoping for?

Not So Fast: That 17" iMac Is Still Lurking Around

by Jacqui Cheng, Ars Technica

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly - iPhone Edition

by Aaron Gustafson, The Web Standards Project

All I am saying is that you should not support the iPhone and snub all other mobile devices.

AT&T Saves Trees

by Erica Sadun, The Unofficial Apple Weblog

"We are simplifying your paper bill, removing itemized detail."

Japanese Eager To Get Hands On iPhones

by Paul Wiseman, USA Today

Japanese gadget geeks — and cellphone service providers — are intrigued by the iPHone's sleek design and touch-screen display.

Apple's Surprise Weapon: Computers

by Brent Schlender, Fortune

Apple is growing faster than its competitors because it improves its hardware and software more often than anyone else. It is broadening what we think of as a consumer-oriented PC and thus helping its market grow. That's a good long-term investment story. And, oh, by the way, Apple also makes some pretty slick music players and cell phones.

Thefts At Apple Retail Stores On The Rise, Two Reported This Month

by AppleInsider

Lots Of Questions As Europe Readies For The iPhone

by John Blau, IDG News Service

Latest iPhone Update Boosts Wi-Fi Reception, Says Owners

by Gregg Keizer, Computerworld

But 'modded' iPhones must be restored from scratch, as usual.

iMovie Update Fixes .Mac Web Gallery Publishing

by Jim Dalrymple, Macworld

It also improves overall stability and addresses a number of other minor issues.

By Heng-Cheong Leong