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Another Macworld Expo is in the books, and although the MacBook Air, Apple TV, and Time Capsule grabbed most of the attention early on, plenty of other noteworthy products and companies were featured. Our annual Macworld Expo Superlatives article points you to those things our editors found most intriguing. Also from Macworld, Karen Anderson reports on the variety of laptop cases on display, proving that your snazzy new MacBook Air doesn’t need to be strapped into a boring synthetic leather attache. In other Apple news, the company reported its best-ever quarterly financial results ($1.58 billion in profit sounds good to us), which of course tossed the stock price into the rubbish bin; Apple also announced a pink iPod nano – clearly a plea by Greg Joswiak to garner some Valentine’s Day affection. Also in this issue, AT&T offers an iPhone plan for corporations, we point to a few podcasts from Macworld Expo, and Ted Landau explains everything you want to know about the latest iPhone 1.1.3 update.

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AT&T Offers iPhone for Enterprise

Ever since the iPhone's arrival last June, corporate users have been champing at the bit for an opportunity to activate Apple's communications marvel on an enterprise plan; iPhones could only be activated by individuals. Finally, this week, AT&T announced enterprise data plans available to government, education, and business accounts.

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Macworld Expo Laptop Bag Roundup and Slideshow

Interested in a new laptop bag? Whether you're looking for one that has oodles of pockets, wheels, an eco sensibility, or just a fabulous design in a hip fabric, the laptop vendors at Macworld Expo had something for you. Karen Anderson takes a spin through her favorites, and be sure to watch the slideshow for some pictures.

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Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk/28-Jan-08

This week's discussions run the gamut from installing Tiger on an iMac that came with Leopard installed to making iChat video conferencing work reliably. In between, we tackle how to roam internationally with a cell phone and not rack up exorbitant charges, get opinions on email hosting services, discuss the pros and cons of the new MacBook Air, and more.