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Welcome to the LAist weekly tech news roundup. Each week I'll be bringing you the latest, and hopefully most interesting, technology news from around the city, the state, the country and maybe even the world. Also, if you have any news, tips or things of interest you want to point out, feel free to drop me a line at: themacist [at] gmail dot com. Now, let's get to the news:

Mac OSX 10.5 (aka Leopard) and iLife '07 are now expected to ship as early as end of March. Previous reports had them coming out in the Spring. But now, with work moving faster on them than expected, it looks like they are going to come out earlier -- that is, if you can believe rumor sites like this.

In other Apple news, it appears that Apple and The Beatles have decided to be friends and settle their longstanding dispute. No word on when Beatles songs will hit iTunes but can it be far away now?