Well, if you're an Apple fan it has been a pretty busy week. Let's recap:
First, there was Apple's big preview for the iPhone 3.0 release. I go a bit more in depth here, but the big news will be the addition of cut and paste as well as a bevy of APIs which give developers all sorts of cool new abilities.
Then there was the news from the CanSecWest conference that a researcher has managed to hack Safari in under two minutes. No real danger of attack from this flaw for the time being, and likely not in the future either, but it's just another reminder that a lack of malware doesn't necessarily mean a more secure system, and Mac users should practice good security as well.
Finally, there was the news today that Apple is getting into the HD movie business. This will be particularly good news for Apple TV users, who will see the greatest benefits due to the larger size of your average TV set compared to a laptop or average desktop screen. Just keep in mind that the HD movies are going to be quite a bit larger than a standard format video, so make sure your hard drive can handle it.
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