It seems like Apple and News Corp are indeed in cahoots on The Daily, a new iPad-only newspaper that would be the first support the iTunes subscription billing, and John Gruber says he's hearing December 9 as a potential date for it's announcement event. The 9th, he notes, is a Thursday, so it's possible it might get pushed to the week after, perhaps arriving along with the Mac App Store. [Daring Fireball via SAI]
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