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September 4, 2007

Why Apple Is Better (Again...)

by Matt Heaton

Apple still knows that the customer experience is everything.

The iPod Is Growing Up

by Tom Krazit, CNET

If Apple really is putting a version of Mac OS X in a new iPod, presumably it has more in mind than showing high-quality reruns of The Hills.

MacMate Online Service Cheaper Than .Mac

by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK

Apple Attends Handheld Learning

by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK

Apple will exhibit at the UK's Handheld Learning Conference and Exhibition next month. The event is described as the signature event for those interested in opportunities presented by 'always-on' learning.

Target Prepares For Apple Launch?

by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK

Target warns employees to expect a 'high profile' product this week.

Drooling Yet?

by Brian Braiker, Newsweek

Wherein we plunge into the rumor-infested waters surrounding Sept. 5 magical mystery Apple announcement. We want our sixth generation iPods... now!

Numerical Data Is Easy To Use With iWork '08

by Bob LeVitus, Houston Chronicle

If you're a spreadsheet junkie, you probably won't find Numbers sufficient for your needs. But if you're an occasional spreadsheet user, Numbers is easier than other spreadsheets.

Share Music? Sure We Do

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

Marie Torrisi, in New York, demonstrates that you really don't need a Zune to share music. iPods work just fine.

Word Processing On iWorks 08

by Augie De Blieck Jr, Various And Sundry

I'm seriously considering switching all of my word processing tasks to Apple's Pages program, part of the iWork '08 collection. I don't want to look like a Kook Aid drinker. Only freaks switch away from Microsoft Office, right?

The Ubiquity And Future Of OS X

by Lacy Ice + Heat

This is about as close to a guarantee that OS X won't become an orphan platform as it's possible to get.

What Is With "I" And "HD"?

by Don Reisinger, CNET

As I was looking around, I heard one of them claim that a product "must be good — it's made by Apple." A couple of minutes later, the couple was walking out of the store with an iHome clock radio in hand. Unfortunately, I didn't have the heart to explain to the woman that just because the name has an "i" in front of it, it doesn't mean it's made by Apple. Oh well.

New Images Of Rumored iPod Nano Redesign

by David Chartier, Ars Technica

By Heng-Cheong Leong