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Remains of the Day: Heads I win, tails you lose

The iPod classic may be at death's door, an iPad survives a death-defying stunt, and a way to decide whether or not an iPhone 4 is for you--without boring you to death.

Remains of the Day: I guess that's why they call it the news

iPad 2 details surface from a surprising source, iFixit rips a Verizon iPhone 4 to shreds, and don't blink or you might make the birds even angrier.

Top 20 Apple commercials

Any discussion about Super Bowl commercials always leads to Apple. Apple has a long history of commercials, and in this slideshow, Macworld senior editor Roman Loyola takes a look at his 20 favorite Apple ads.

Apple succession plan proposal gets proxy firm's backing

International Shareholder Services, an advisory firm for institutional investors, is backing a proposal that would ask Apple's board of directors to produce a written CEO succession plan. Apple's board opposes the proposal, which goes before shareholders later this month at the company's annual meeting.

US indicts 27 in Apple product credit-card fraud ring

New York prosecutors indicted 27 people on Wednesday as part of a crime ring that bought Apple iPods, iPads and other products with stolen credit card information for resale in the criminal underground.

GadgetTrak app tracks stolen iPhones

GadgetTrak is an anti-theft app tracks your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch if it should be stolen.

Remains of the Day: Water, water everywhere

Get the skinny on the creation of Apple's legendary 1984 ad, hear a tech industry CEO rage at Steve Jobs, or watch as Microsoft drops cash like it's hot.

Pundit Showdown: Live at Macworld 2011

Philip Michaels hosts Glenn Fleishman, Lex Friedman, Paul Kafasis, and Dan Moren. Available in audio or sweet, sweet video.

Expo Notes: buys old iPhones, Macs

If you’re looking to offset the cost of a new device, you could sell your old one to The company was at Macworld Expo to showcase their services.

Remains of the Day: They call me Mr. Glass

Broken iPhone? Take it to court! Meanwhile, streaming video consumers apparently prefer the big screen, and Apple can't define obscenity, but sure knows what it looks like when you want to laser-etch it into one of its products.

Expo Notes: iFixit on breaking down Apple products

iFixIt CEO Kyle Wiens spoke Friday at Macworld Expo about his company's process for--and philosophy behind--product teardowns.

OnCue 2.0 adds podcast support

OnCue, an app that lets music fans create and share playlists directly from their iPhone, has been updated with features that make for more flexible podcast listening.

Amid outcry, Apple says it monitors work conditions in China

Apple restated its pledge to provide safe working conditions for workers assembling of its products after environmental groups in China released a report critical of the company.