What we Craved this week

A roundup of this week's biggest stories.

What a hectic week it's been. If you, like some, were busy lobbying for a federal bailout this week, that likely left you even less time than usual to keep up with the happenings on Crave. No worries, here's a roundup of some of our favorite stories from this week.

• The Mac maker will no longer be part of MacWorld after this year.

Apple apples

• Rumors swirl regarding a possible Dell competitor to the MacBook Air, apparently called "Adamo." Yeah, we're not sure how to pronounce it either.

• T-Mobile is dropping its handset upgrade fee.

• No ZunePhone at CES, but it doesn't mean a Zune with Windows Mobile is out of the question in the future.

• iPhone users are obsessed with something besides being iPhone users.

• Apple-branded apples. How meta.

See anything we missed? Drop us a line at crave dot cnet dot com. Also, please note that we'll be on a limited publishing schedule for the next two weeks due to the holidays, but we'll be back full bore on Monday, January 5, with CES, Macworld, and all the other gadget news you crave. Wishing all our readers a wonderful holiday season.

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