I covered Apple v. Does for Macworld this morning
, and it was a remarkably contentious event. It was a fascinating case, touching on what it means to be a journalist, what kind of protections journalist are afforded under law, and the nature of trade secrets. My gut feeling is that Apple is going to lose this round and the appeals court is going to reverse the decision of the trial court. I say that because two of the three judges seemed, well, openly hostile to Apple's position.
My other story is on Apple's conference cal yesterday
. While it lacks the drama of a courtroom brawl, it's still a pretty interesting snapshot of a company in the midst of a major transition.