Based in Utah, a YouTube channel, namely InTheGarageTV, has featured a unique tribute to the garage where the roots of Apple were augmented and nurtured. This garage in Los Altos, CA, is where Apple Computers' foundations were first established between Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
Over on the PC end of things, motherboard manufacturer Gigabyte has issued a BIOS update to help resolve an issue which prevented Windows 7 from syncing with Apple's iPhone. Gigabyte has released a beta BIOS for its GA-P55-UD4P motherboard. Last week, Intel, Microsoft and Apple all announced they are looking into the issue, which primarily affects Windows 7 users running the 64-bit version of the operating system on an Intel P55 chipset.
For a few weeks now, users running Windows 7 (mostly the 64 bit version) on certain Intel machines have been experiencing problems with syncing their iPhones with iTunes through their PC's motherboard-based USB port or a powered USB hub. Earlier today, Intel responded to the complaints.