Apple's Value, iPhone Prototype Charges and Recycling!

This week on Your Mac Life, sponsored by TabGrip, Smile, Circus Ponies and PowerMax: Apple's Value, iPhone Prototype Charges and Recycling!

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On tonight's show, Ian Schray joins Bill Reynolds, owner of Audio/Video Awakenings joins Jim Dalrymple, publisher of The Loop to talk about Apple's (brief) designation as the "World's Most Valuable Company", charges have been laid in the iPhone 4 prototype case from last year - should they have been? - and Apple offers a new recycling program - which begs the question, "how and what do you recycle?"

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iPhone Prototype Case

It has been over a year since a public spectacle unfolded surrounding a prototype iPhone 4 that was lost in a bar and ended up featured on Gizmodo, the technology blog. the San Mateo County district attorney overseeing the case, announced that two California men would be charged with misappropriation of lost property for not returning the iPhone to Apple and instead selling it to Gizmodo.

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