Weekly Roundup: Dec. 22nd, 2005
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- 1GB iPod shuffle Unavailable Until January
- Apple to Release 1GB iPod nano?
- Reading the Macworld San Francisco Tea Leaves
- Greene County, NC School District to Upgrade iBooks Early and Save US$1M
- Apple to 'Take Control' of Laptop Market in 2006
- Piper Expects 11M iPods This Quarter
- TMO Reports - Goldman Sachs Ups iPod Numbers Based on Holiday Demand
- Research Firm Sees 73 Million iPod-Equipped Cars Worldwide by 2011
- Will HP Drop iTunes From PCs in 2006?
- The Back Page - Apple Death Knell #48- Sometime in 2006, Steve Jobs Will Fall from Grace
- 12 Days of Mac Internet Explorer Support Left
- Apple Joins Push For New PC-HDTV Link
- Potential Security Flaw in iTunes, QuickTime
- Seagate to Buy Maxtor
- Steve Jobs One of Time's 'People Who Mattered'
- Blinkx.tv To Go Works With Video iPod
- Cerulean XLR Earphones
- Combustion 4 For the Mac Shipping
- iSkin Duo nano
- Mac Gaming News - Bubblomania X Available
- SnowGlobe From Freeverse
- Ten Thumbs Typing Tutor 4 Integrates With iTunes, More
- Walt Disney World to Launch Podcast on Christmas Day
- Apple Newton Museum Collection Auctioned off on eBay
- Monday's Mac Gadget - Want to Peek in a Package? Check Out Pacifist!
- Pro and Con- Should Apple Buy Palm?
- Commander in Chief Comes to iTunes
- The Mac Geek Gab!
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