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October 17, 2007

Apple's iTunes Plus Now World's Largest DRM-Free Music Catalog

by AppleInsider

Apple on Wednesday issued a formal announcement regarding its expanded iTunes Plus service, which now offers more than two million tracks at the reduced price of just 99 cents.

Glove Remote Control For iPod

by Charlie Sorrel, Wired

The UNIX Wars Are Over, And Leopard Won.

by Jeremiah Foster, O'Reilly Mac DeveCenter Blog

Sadly, Apple seems to have neglected perl.

Are You Looking For Your Leopard?

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

Looking For My Leopad, :-).

Security Researcher Posts iPhone Exploit Code Online

by Kevin McLaughlin, CMP Channel

A security researcher on Tuesday published exploit code for a security vulnerability in Apple's iPhone that can allow a hacker to gain complete control over the popular mobile device.

Cool Firms (Ahem Apple?) Promote Women To The Top

by Nicole Woolsey Biggart, San Jose Mercury News

Apple is one of 33 Silicon Valley companies with no woman in the executive suite or the boardroom.

Apple May Have Fired Greedy Retail Employees For Cashing iPhone Credit

by David Chartier, Ars Technica

Pixelmator 1.0.1

by James Dempsey, Macworld

Pixelmator is about as close to Photoshop as one can get while still maintaining the elegance and ease of use that Mac users expect. I was blown away with Pixelmator's features, speed, stability, and stunning good looks.

Apple Reduces Prices On iTunes Songs Without Anti-Copying Software

by Nick Wingfield, Wall Street Journal

Apple Inc. is reducing the price of all songs on its iTunes Store without anti-copying software to 99 cents from $1.29, bringing Apple's prices on such tracks closer to those offered by Inc., Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and other rivals in online music.

Leopard: The Wow Really Starts Now

by Chris Pirillo

I wanted to call your attention to just a few of the changes that made me leap out of my seat and scream "WOW!"

Apple Updates ATI Radeon X1900 XT Firmware

by MacNN

Apple today released its ATI Radeon X1900 XT Firmware Update, but did not provide any insight into the fixes.

By Heng-Cheong Leong