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Photographer Annie Leibovitz recommends iPhone as a camera

In the world of photography, there's one person who stands out for her classic portraits of such notables as John Lennon, Bill Gates, Sting and Queen Elizabeth II -- Annie Leibovitz. In a televised interview with MSNBC anchor Brian Williams, Leibovitz expounded on the use of the iPhone as the...

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News apps! Get your News apps!

MSNBC recently added an iPhone app to the store, so we thought it was a good time to take a look at a few news apps. The gold standard for news on the iPhone is the USA Today app. Love them or hate them, the USA Today punchy writing style feels right at home on the iPhone. News can be received from...

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Dealing with app-noxious app-oholics

The other day I had the fortune of hanging out with TUAW's own Mike Rose and our old colleague David Chartier in Chicago, and my main fear going into the meeting was that, given what a bunch of iPhone geeks we were, we'd just spend the whole time showing off apps on our iPhones. Not that seeing cool...

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How many iPods is too many?

You may think it's strange that I own eight iPods, but this MSNBC story tells me I'm not alone in thinking that there's no such thing as "too many iPods." As the story points out, different iPods are better suited for different purposes - much like shoes. My iPod (video) is more useful to me as a...

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MSNBC: Mac Pro is the ultimate desktop

MSNBC's Gary Krakow got his journalistic hands on a Mac Pro, and it is safe to say that he was impressed. Why else would he proclaim it the 'ultimate desktop'? Krakow appreciates the use of real metal in the Mac Pro's case (though the case is largely unchanged from the PowerMac G5, metal and all)...

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