Apple releases updates to their iMac, Mac Pro and Cinema Display lines, presenting the new Apple Magic Trackpad, the Library of Congress makes some changes to the DMCA that should please DVD rippers and iPhone jailbreakers, the perils of losing out on that great domain name, and introducing the GeekBeat.TV bloggers!
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Apple has announced new iMacs with both dual and quad cores. They're also rolling out a new 27-inch Cinema Display for people not quite ready for the 30-inch model.
If you've been holding back on jailbreaking your iPhone because it was illegal, that's one less worry for you. The Library of Congress changed rules of the DMCA which affect many members of the geek community. Of course, Apple still doesn't want you jailbreaking.
The .co domain opened up and it's another digital land rush. If you've got a domain name in mind, you might want to grab it before someone else does.