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It was a quiet Monday—too quiet. But don't worry, there's a storm coming, and it's not just the 10 to 12 inches of snow about to drop on my hometown. There's a Verizon iPhone potentially in the offing, a very busy Steve Jobs, and a hurricane of Mac App Store sales.
Like those two TV characters you've desperately wanted to get together, it seems like Verizon and Apple may finally tie the knot. Dan Moren reminisces about the ups-and-downs, the close calls, and all the obstacles along the bumpy road to love.
After a couple more days wandering CES, we stop to take another look at a few products that were especially interesting or useful.
In addition to releasing the 3.4 update to Apple Remote Desktop, Apple also introduced the Apple Remote Desktop Dashboard Widget, which gives an at-a-glance view of remote computers on a network.
Apple might not be present at the International Consumer Electronics Show this week, but it's casting a long shadow. There's a host of Apple-centric products on display.
Sprint announces another 4G/3G-capable MiFi, available February 27th, with some interesting new features.
The FCC's new net neutrality rules would prohibit wired broadband providers from blocking legal Web content and services.
The FCC likely faces a lawsuit and congressional action opposing its recent net neutrality vote.
On Tuesday, the FCC voted to implement compromise net neutrality rules.
Redmond once again starts its photocopiers, while Motorola insists it's breaking the mold for tablets, and Google TV goes back to the drawing table.
On Thursday evening, the company officially rolled out Dropbox version 1.0, bringing with it a whole host of improvements, including—to the joy of MacBook Air users everywhere—support for selective folder sync.
Late on Thursday, Apple released an update for its AirPort Utility and a firmware update for its AirPort base stations and Time Capsules.
A reader wants to know: How do I remind Mac users on my network to update their Active Directory passwords? John Welch explains what's required.
Tech executives, like kids, sometimes say the darndest things. And when they do, the Macalope is on hand for a well-deserved goring.
Get a sneak peek at this week's Macalope Weekly, in which technology executives say the darndest things.