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Wouldn’t it be cool if you could synchronize files between your Mac and your iPhone… without actually having to copy them to the iPhone? Joe Kissell reviews SugarSync, which lets you perform all sorts of useful tricks with synced files, whether or not you have an iPhone. Joe also examines a number of iPhone 3G cases, with an eye toward finding the perfect iPhone protection that fits in his pocket. Andy Affleck joins us with a look at Ambrosia Software’s new WireTap Anywhere audio utility, which is apropos, given the release of the second edition of his “Take Control of Podcasting on the Mac.” Adam ponders whether Apple’s special event on Tuesday will bring a glitch-free launch, and Glenn notes that Amazon Video on Demand now works on the Mac. In the TidBITS Watchlist this week, we note the releases of Dialectic 1.2, Sandvox 1.5, Simon 2.4.2, PCalc 3.3, Sound Studio 3.5.7 and Tinderbox 4.5.

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Tune In Tomorrow For Apple Event Coverage

Apple will be announcing something - likely updated iPods - tomorrow in San Francisco. Check the TidBITS Web site for our coverage of Apple's special event, and our thoughts on how the announcements may make up for Apple's recent missteps.

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Take Control News: Learn to Podcast on the Mac

The second edition of Andy Affleck's "Take Control of Podcasting on the Mac" provides coverage of all the latest podcasting software, adds instructions on improving sound quality with audio plug-ins (complete with audible examples!), and offers advice on conducting successful interviews.

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SugarSync Sweetens Online Syncing

This recently updated service offers nicely implemented, cross-platform, online file synchronization. But the coolest part is their new iPhone app, which lets you do tricks like emailing files on your computer from your phone.

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Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk/08-Sep-08

This week's discussions cover a wide range of topics: software for tracking a stolen laptop, migrating from Panther to Leopard, burning a copy of a commercial DVD, using an iPhone worldwide, and Google's new Chrome Web browser.