Despite the fact we’re deep into a time when the Apple news cycle degrades into pure speculation, there was still some pretty big news last week. The ongoing DOJ price fixing case hit absurd heights when a judge suggested that Apple be monitored for Anti-Trust behavior, despite basically handing the ebook business to Amazon. The other side of that case, the publishers, is still going forward with many iBook users being notified of their pending refunds. Apple had yet another acquisition this week; this time snatching up data compression company AlgoTrim. The run up to release season picked up steam this week. First, Apple announced their own iPhone trade in program. The iWork for iCloud beta had to be limited this week, with Apple citing high demand. Either that many people were clamoring for a prettier Google Docs, or Apple is going to have another rough web service launch.
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