MacNotables #1017: Ted Landau on Stolen iPhones, Late Night Email Exchanges and an Open Letter to Steve Jobs

Ted Landau may or may not consider himself a journalist, but he has some strong opinions on the lost/stolen iPhone prototype debacle. Ted and host Chuck Joiner put a bottom line on the matter from both a legal and common-sense perspective, covering what was and wasn’t a crime, and the harm that Apple did or didn’t suffer. The emailing habits of Steve Jobs have been in the news recently; Ted talks about what it says about those who share the emails, Steve himself, and how it all affects the public’s perception of Apple. Finally, Ted thinks hard drive utilities may be going away, and shares his ideas on what you might want to consider as an alternative.

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