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May 14, 2008

Zip. Nada.

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

The Day There Was No News.

SwisscomTo Launch Apple's iPhone In Switzerland

by Thomson Financial News

One Thing About Apple

by Dori Smith, Backup Brain

Does buying Adobe's applications help Apple sell more hardware? Nope? Then it ain't gonna happen.

Leopard Tamers: 9 Terrific Interface Tweaks

by Ryan Faas, Computerworld

With a host of new tools and add-ons available, changing the look and feel of Mac OS X 'Leopard' is easy.

It's Quiet, It's Green, It's The Rack O' My Dreams

by Tom Yager, InfoWorld

Why Apple Won't Buy Adobe

by John Gruber, Daring Fireball

Adobe is a good company with good products, but they don't fit into Apple's focus at all.

Kiwi Airliners Converted Into Giant iPod Docks

by Lewis Page, The Register

Air New Zealand will equip eighteen of its airliners with in-flight entertainment rigs allowing iPod users to play their video on seatback screens, listen to audio through the aircraft system, and control their device via the plane's interface.

The MS Office 2008 For Mac Scandal Continues

by David Morgenstern,

iTunes Show Innovation Is About Imagination, Not Dollars

by Tom Koulopulos, Wisconsin Technology Network

The greatest innovators today aren't product innovators, they're companies and people who build new business models.

Of couse, regardless whatever business model you have, your product must also be good.

OS X Security: How I Became A Spam Kingpin, Went Legit And Turned Detective

by Tom Yager, InfoWorld

Saying Hello (Again) To Visual Basic

by Erik Schwiebert, Schwieb

When we came to the realization in 2006 that there was no way for us to keep VB in the product and still ship Office 2008 on any semblance of the schedule we wanted, we announced its removal, but kept looking at how to bring it back into the suite even before we shipped.

Boston's New Apple Store Unveiled

by Leander Kahney, Cult Of Mac

"They were pulling down the green monster covering."

OS X Security: Diary Of An OS X Leopard Server Root Exploit

by Tom Yager, InfoWorld

Apple Deal Links Custom Radio Storefronts To iTunes

by Jim Dalrymple, Macworld

Apple has entered into an agreement with Emmis Interactive that will give radio listeners in the U.S. the ability to buy the songs they hear on the air using their iTunes account.

By Heng-Cheong Leong