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iMore show 384 LIVE! 1pm PT, 4pm ET, 9pm GMT! Be here!

The iMore show returns with Peter and Ally joining me to discuss all the biggest Apple stories of the week.

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#CESlive: You better believe THIS couldn't stay in Vegas!

This is how the #CESlive teams from Mobile Nations and Geek Beat came, saw, and conquered the world's biggest consumer electronic show. For you.

Grab a beverage, hit play, and sit back and smile! Cheers folks!

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Your verse: Enter now to win a FREE iPad Air from iMore!

Apple's latest iPad Air commercial features Robin Williams from Dead Poets Society quoting Walt Witman and asking — what will your verse be? It's filled with iPads in amazing places, being used for amazing things. And it got us to wondering — if you had a brand new iPad Air, what amazing place would you take it? What amazing thing would you do with it? What would your verse be? Answer that in the comments below, and we'll give you a brand new 16GB iPad Air to help you do it. (Technically a $500 Apple Store gift card!)

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Weekly Photo Contest: Weather!

No matter what part of the world you're in, the weather changes all around us. For some of us that means massive amounts of rain or snow right now while for others it means awesome fall colors. Your goal for this week is to get out there and capture striking images of the weather around you. Just taking a photo out your window won't do. The prize will go to the person that combines all they've learned in our iPhoneography series in order to blow us away.

The contest begins today and ends Tuesday, January 21st at 10 p.m. Eastern time. Good luck!

It's also time to announce the winner of our last photo contest! And the winner is...

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The better Steve Jobs movie gets one script closer to being made!

Aaron Sorkin, award winning writer of The West Wing, The Social Network, A Few Good Men, The Newsroom and countless other acclaimed dramas has reportedly turned in his script for Sony's official adaption of Walter Issaacson's Steve Jobs biography. AJ Marechal writes for Variety:

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How anti-Apple, pro-Amazon manipulations have resulted in less competition, higher ebook prices

Sometimes when there's smoke, there's just smoke. And sometimes there are Kindles full of fire. Following the Wall Street Journal's scathing opinion piece last month, another media outlet is now asking questions about the conduct of the Department of Justice, the judge, and the external monitor. Kathleen Sharp goes so far as to call Amazon's crusade "bogus" in her headline on Slate:

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Best 5 smartwatches from CES

One of the bigger stories at CES this year was smartwatches. There were so many I had a hard time keeping track of them all, and figuring out which, if any, were worth my attention. Luckily, Adam Zeis did all the heavy lifting on that. He's compiled a list of the best 5 smartwatches at CES. From Smartwatch Fans:

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BlackBerry's new CEO believes their future is tied... to iPhone

BlackBerry's new CEO has begun articulating his vision for the future once-dominant handset maker, and it's a future that depends on iPhone owners as well. That's because the previously proprietary BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) service is now cross-platform, and enterprise mobile device management now requires support for iOS as well. From Marcus Adolfsson's interview on CrackBerry.com:

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Grand theft Apple: Why iPhones are still a big target in NYC

New York City's war on crime has been largely effective over the last decade, with one major exception: iPhone theft. While most major crimes were down, grand larcenies involving phones, and Apple's phone in particular, have remained nearly unchanged. Apple previously introduced Find my iPhone to help track stolen devices, and last year added Activation Lock, though it remains to be seen how big a discouragement that will prove. So far, so not so good, according to Alison Fox of the Wall Street Journal:

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How Windows 8 compromised Microsoft, perhaps terminally

For a long time people with iPhones and iPads predominantly used Windows. In previous years the vast majority of people who read iMore read it using Windows. That's been changing. Right now, the number of people who read us on iOS is exploding, and Windows, shrinking. Right now, the number of people using iPads for things they used to use Windows for is increasing. Part of the reason for that is certainly the success Apple has had with their devices over the last few years. The other part is Windows 8. While some might imagine I'm biased, here's Paul Thurrott of Supersite for Windows:

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