Weekly Roundup: Dwindling Options
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In the wake of a strange week and on the eve of WWDC, Ricky Spero and Jeff Gamet are left with few choices but to hit as many stories as they can in a short while. From Apple's options, to software options for music notation; from Napster's options to Norway's, this show is a grab bag of Apple news.
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- The Context Machine Fodder
- Apple May Restate Profits
- TMO Reports - Analysts- No Need For Concern Over Apple Stock Options
- Avid Buys Music Notation App Developer Sibelius
- Napster Considers Sale as Subscriber Base Declines
- Verizon Drops Music Download Fee
- Zune May Launch on November 14
- Audible Renews iTunes Contract
- Coke to Give Away Millions of iTMS Songs in UK, Germany
- Ford, General Motors, Mazda to Offer iPod Integration
- iTunes Music Sales Top 200 Million in Europe
- 17-inch MacBook Pro Handle from QuickerTek
- Mac Gaming News - TransGaming Promises Faster Mac Game Ports With Cider
- Maya 8 Offers Host of Performance Improvements
- NewerTech Intros No-Cost Laptop, iPod Battery Recycling
- PodBrix to Sell LEGO Playset Based on '1984' Ad
- WiebeTech Announces 4-port ToughTech XE Enclosure
- The Slacker's Guide - Because You Just Can't Go Wrong With Mechanized Weaponry
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