Pirogoeth writes: "Apple and EMI announced at an event on Monday that EMI's entire music and video catalog will be available in May without any digital rights management protection. The two companies will also offer higher quality sound files of songs, but the songs will come at a higher price. Unprotected albums will cost $1.29 per song, and previous downloads can be upgraded to the new format for $0.30/song. Prices for full albums will remain the same."
Pirogoeth writes: "What do you get when you combine Google Earth, a screen video capture program, and a love of golf? A really cool way to improve your golf game. Macworld's Rob Griffiths describes how he combined the three to get a great look at a course in Portland, OR."