Apple has a record breaking quarter, MacBooks get a little bump, Brian rips on stupid predictions, and the Mac is 25 years old.
Brian Tong gets his hands on the latest announcements from Macworld and finds Phil Schiller's hair clone.
Netbooks! iPhone Nanos! The return of the Cube! We have some fun and tell you what we think you'll see at Macworld, but don't hold it against us.
Brian digs in to viewer e-mails and we show you two applications that will make your life that much easier.
"Time" magazine drops the iPhone in its Top 10 Gadgets of the Year, we get a look at a patent showing a 3-D version of Mac OS X, and Microsoft invades the iPhone!
There's good and bad in the MacBook world this week. More issues hit the unibody line, you can now touch your Firefox, Brian calls "bull" on the Wal-Mart rumor, and sports fans rejoice!
Apple's market share hits a record mark, "The Simpsons" give us their take on Apple, and what Brian really thinks about those new in-ear headphones.
The Apple Byte answers your burning questions and drops a few hot apps on you.
Apple and the music labels are talking DRM-free; Flash 10 can run on an iPhone, but it won't be anytime soon; and does Apple really have to control how I watch my content? Punks.
Is Apple really giving me Google Street View before copy and paste? You can now tether the iPhone...if you're a baller. And Barack Obama uses my MacBook case!