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The Download Squad's Victor Agreda, Jr. offers tidbits from iTunes 4.9 and praises Easy PDF Converter. David Chartier explains why his browser of choice is Camino. Marc Perton covers Google's warning about the Firefox extension Greasemonkey.
Engadget's Peter Rojas reports on a robot assisting in surgery, and Interlink's new GoSpeak! portable speakers. Ryan Block reveals used CRTs as the key to sub-$100 Indian computers, and tells us DVD Jon has already issued a patch to the new Google Video Viewer.
Autoblog?s Randall Halcomb tells us what makes a classic car. John Neff gives us the welcome news that Honda will include crash test ratings on window stickers, bemoans Aston Martin?s woes at Le Mans, and announces the 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse as winner of the 2005 IDEA Gold Award.
Joystiq?s Steve Parsons points to screenshots of the Evil Dead Regeneration, asks if MMOG is only for the hardcore, reports that PS3 is going underground in Europe, and reveals that Quake is going mobile.
Luxist?s Rick Reed digs up a must-have personal video arcade. Peter Thompson visits Maximiliaan?s House of Grand Pianos. Adam Newman highlights the exclusive Residensea golf program. Deirdre Woollard tours the spectacular Lake Tahoe Sierra Star estate.
TUAW?s C.K. Sample III walks you through how to publish podcasts to the iTMS. Dave Caolo covers Nine Inch Nails? release of ?Only? for would-be Garageband remixers. Scott McNulty asks how many Widgets you use. Jay Savage looks at the OS X Family Tree.
Cinematical?s Karina Longworth reviews Miranda July?s debut. Ryan Stewart and Karina Longworth hate the King Kong trailer, but readers like Jon Wilk disagree. Meanwhile, Peter Sciretta watches Universal run Kong damage cont