Apple finally updated the MacBook Pro, Microsoft was hit with another hefty EU fine and published an open letter to it's employees and Yahoo, and Congress is considering contract-free cell phone legislation. iTunes is now the number two music retailer, and Apple is hosting a special iPhone SDK event in a few days.
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Apple showed off its iPhone SDK this week, and made it clear that its handheld is destined for the enterprise market. The company also landed at the top of Fortune's most admired companies list, shareholders told Apple they want more control over executive pay, Facebook is considering a move into iTunes territory, and Yahoo and AOL are looking to be bosom buddies.
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