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March 12, 2008

Escape The Museum Game Released

by Peter Cohen, Macworld

iPhone SDK Downloads Top 100,000

by Jim Dalrymple, Macworld

Review: Aperture 2.0.1

by Russ Juskalian, Macworld

Aperture 2.0.1 delivers o the promise that Apple set out on when Aperture was first released in 2005. It's easy and fun to use, an din incredibly powerful tool for the professional or serious amateur photographer.

Apple iPhone SDK Upends Mobile Market

by Tom Yager, InfoWorld

Apple's software development kit for iPhone and iPod Touch sets the bar high for Nokia, Microsoft, Adobe.

The Search For The Killer iPhone App

by Olga Kharif, BusinessWeek

Many developers are hard at work building tools for Apple's popular phone, despite what some consider limits on their ability to collaborate.

The iPhone Impact On Open Source

by Dana Blankenhorn,

Who Knew: Steve Jobs Break Rules

by Jean-Louis Gassee, CNET

Steve might look like he's running a business but he is, in fact, a creator, an artist, not a buisness manager — notwithstanding the terrific numbers.

Apple Plans Third Autralian Store

by Asher Moses, Sydney Morning Herald

The stores, part of a an aggressive international expansion by Apple, will become part of the company's lucrative network of about 200 retail outlets worldwide.

Another One From The Audio Telly-O Tally-O Count Machine

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

Why must the iPod nano remind me how many times I've been goofing off... er.... enjoying a nice break with its built-in games?

Why I Got A MacBook Air

by Amit Patel, Amit's Thoughts

Portability is nice. Really nice. Really, really nice.

What Do You Mean It's The Same!?

by Trendwatch Daily

Is .Mac Worth The Money?

by David Risley, PCMech

The offering is actually rather weak when put up against the competition which is easily available online through other companies.

Get "Back To My Mac" Without Paying For It!

by Tech Through The Eyes Of A 13 Year Old

The idea here is that after taking a few simple steps, you can enable most of the best features of Back to My Mac.

Norton Places Big Bet On Mac Virtualization Vulnerabilities

by David Chartier, Ars Technica

Since Windows is one of the most popular virtualized OSes on Apple's computers, security giant Norton felt it was time to try a new two-punch strategy on the Mac security market with Norton AntiVirus Dual Protection.

Apple iPhone SDK - The Hype

by KimchyBlog

Oh my god! Apple, I am humbled by your radical and amazing approach to IDEs.

Review: Apple's Time Capsule, Mind-Numbingly Easy Backup

by Matt Asay, CNET

It is the most seamless, easy to use backup system I've ever seen. The only complaint I have is that setup was surprisingly cumbersome.

Apple Partners Say iPhone 2.0 Is Ready For Business

by Jennifer Lawinski, ChannelWeb

Apple's latest round of iPhone enhancements are not just one small step for Apple, say VARs, they're potentially a tipping point that will enable partners to sell more Macs to businesses.

Now please let them sell the darned things.

Japan Investigates After iPod Nano Overheats, Sparks

by AFP

An iPod nano in Japan overheated and discharged sparks, the Japanese industry ministry said Tuesday in a list of recent serious incidents involving consumer products.

Apple Works To Trademark 'Thinnovation'

by MacNN

Hello App Store

by Craig Hockenberry,

You'll make up that 30% without even trying.

Former Apple Executive Looks For 2009 Trial In SEC Case

by Jim Dalrymple, Macworld

Leopard, Four Months Later

by Dan Frakes, Macworld

iPhone SDK Bug Filing

by Rogue Amoeba

We want to make the iPhone platform as robust and powerful as possible.

iPhone SDK May Block Firefox, Java, Background Apps

by Aidan Malley, AppleInsider

Conditions set out in Apple's iPhone SDK are dampening hopes of porting some highly valued applications to the handheld device — including interpreted code, programs within programs, and background applications.

Important Updates Released For Office 2008 And 2004

by Adam C. Engst, TidBITS

By Heng-Cheong Leong