Apple Weekly Report #121: Apple Lawsuits & Crime, Pwned Macs, & Instinct
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The Apple Lawsuit Zephyr VIP Passenger Car is beginning to get a little crowded, thanks to a new suit over the iMac's display capabilities, and two Apple executives cashed in on some stock while two retail employees tried to cash in on stolen iPhones. Adobe took Photoshop online, a MacBook Air suffered from some serious pwnage, a security company offered a Mac trojan horse warning, Apple topped another list, and Sprint's Instinct is gunning for the iPhone. This week's Quick Tip: Faster tabbed browsing in Safari 3.1.
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- The Context Machine Fodder
- Apple Sued For Deceptive iMac Claims
- Apple COO Tim Cook Sells $41M in Stock
- Apple Employees Caught Stealing 332 iPhones/a>
- Adobe: iPhone Flash Not a Sure Thing
- Adobe Launches Web-based Photoshop Express Beta
- MacBook Air Hacked in PWN 2 OWN Contest
- SophosLabs Warns of Imunizator "Trojan Horse" for the Mac
- Brandchannel: Apple Ranked Top Company Worldwide
- Sprint Goes After iPhone with Lookalike "Instinct" from Samsung
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