South Korea opens doors to iPhone; USB group sides with Apple in iTunes spat

> South Korean regulators have decided to allow Apple to sell the iPhone in the country. Article

> The USB Implementers Forum is siding with Apple over Palm in the two companies' argument over whether the Palm Pre can sync with Apple's iTunes music store. Article

> Palm said it would offer 20 million common shares for $16.25 per share, which represents a discount of 5 percent on the stock's Tuesday closing price. Article

> Starbucks introduced a new iPhone application called myStarbucks, which allows users to search stores, browse menus and nutrition information and check out the company's coffee selection. Article

And finally... A masked police chief in Michigan who was going to surprise some forensic science students caused a school lockdown after he was spotted. Article

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