New and Noteworthy: iTab: A third-party iBook-based Tablet Mac; OSx86 re-opens; more
We get our hands on the new Palm Pre, as well as catch up on what happened at the E3 video game show.
Ben Heckendorn joins us to share his secrets of modding.
We asked. You answered. Our listeners provided not seven, not eight, but nine real legal legitimate uses for BitTorrent. Plus Apple's getting into an old-fashioned spat with IBM. Just like 1979 all over again.
It's a tortured analogy sort of day, including some confusing stuff about water and water bottles and then a whole long thing about a sandbox, poop, and dirty diamonds. You'll love it.
Psystar was selling a $554 desktop with Mac OS X Leopard preinstalled, but hours after reports surfaced regarding the company's product, its Web site has gone offline.
After a flood of traffic, Psystar is once again selling its "Open Computer" with Mac OS X Leopard preinstalled, and might be setting itself up for a protracted legal battle with Apple and the court system.
New and Noteworthy: Myst V demo available for Mac first; OSx86: The crackdown begins; more
Jobs says he intends to fight off the independent iPhone developers. The question is: How will Apple try to defeat the hackers: software updates or lawsuits?