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Submission + - Guess What? Geek Squad Will Rip Your CD for a Buck (

zeazzz writes: "If you have a music CD and don't know what the hell to do with it, don't worry, Geek Squad is here for the rescue, kind of. For only $1 per CD, they will rip it to either a device, external hard drive, or an MP3 player, and promise to not once call you ignorant for not knowing how to use iTunes."
Media (Apple)

Submission + - What to Expect at Apple's Event Tomorrow ( 1

zeazzz writes: "Apple's annual event held in September is almost always dedicated to upgrading the iPod family. Though there have been many reports that the Apple Tablet will make its highly anticipated debut tomorrow, we probably won't be seeing it until next year. Expect updates only to the iPod lineup and a large update to iTunes. Check the full list of what to expect tomorrow after the break."
PlayStation (Games)

Submission + - Mag Public Beta Enrollment Launches (

sdwrage writes: "Playstation 3 users, now is the time to watch your PSN Accounts carefully as some people are reporting emails coming in to enroll into the MAG Public Beta. MAG, A new and upcoming, massive (256 players!), first person shooter is randomly sending out emails, NOT to be added to the beta but gives the chance to be considered for it."

Submission + - Windows 7 RTM Leaked to BitTorrent (

zeazzz writes: "Shortly after Windows 7 was given the go ahead to start being manufactured, the full retail RTM build was leaked to BitTorrent all over the internet. Windows 7 Build 7600.16385, which was first found as the Chinese version earlier last week, now finally sits next to the English version on your favorite BitTorrent site."
Technology (Apple)

Submission + - Did You Spend Over $1000 On a Computer? It's Proba (

zeazzz writes: "According to the NDP, in June over 91% of retail (not business) computers sold over $1000 were Macs. Yeah, almost all of Apple's Mac products are over a grand to begin with, and it's kind of tough to find a "well priced" PC under a grand, but it just shows what kind of market Apple really has themselves in."

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