Apple Weekly Report #126: The Ever Growing iPhone Market, and Microsoft’s Yahoo Quest
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The Mac's market share is on the rise, the iPhone's world wide reach is growing by leaps and bounds, and O2 says new iPhone models are just around the corner. Intel explains away what looked like a new iPhone technology leak, Microsoft is bringing Office Visual Basic scripting back to the Mac, the iTunes Store added two-tier pricing, Yahoo was hit with a surprise proxy battle -- not from Microsoft -- and Steve Jobs will be speaking to a sold out crowd at WWDC. This week's Quick Tip: Working with Dictionary's panel view.
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