Apple Weekly Report #124: New iMacs, Apple Lawsuits, RIP GoLive & Speaker Reviews

The iMac broke the 3GHz barrier, and Apple's lawsuit train picked up another passenger. This time the suit is over iPod flash memory interfacing. Adobe killed GoLive, Tennessee is considering a digital download tax, the iTunes Store turned five, and AT&T may lower iPhone pricing. Ricky Spero makes a special guest appearance, and this week's Quick Tip: Locating login items.


Apple Weekly Report #124: New iMacs, Apple Lawsuits, RIP GoLive & Speaker Reviews

May. 5, 2008 — Download: MP3 Version (AAC Version Coming Soon)

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The iMac broke the 3GHz barrier, and Apple's lawsuit train picked up another passenger. This time the suit is over iPod flash memory interfacing. Adobe killed GoLive, Tennessee is considering a digital download tax, the iTunes Store turned five, and AT&T may lower iPhone pricing. Ricky Spero makes a special guest appearance, and this week's Quick Tip: Locating login items.

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