Tech Today: iTunes, iWork, Photoshop arrive for Lion

Plus: An app that makes your terrible voice sound great

We pick up the pieces on a massive day for Apple, while rural broadband users are set for a price cut. It's the tech news that broke after you logged-off

Apple updates iTunes and iWork for Lion
It's been a massively busy day at Cupertino where the company unveiled new MacBook Airs and Mac Minis, while finally launching OS X Lion to the public. With that in mind Apple released new Lion-compatible versions of iTunes and iWork. iTunes can now be made full-screen, while iWork also adds the Resume and Version features from Lion.
Link: TechRadar

Photoshop arrives on the Mac App Store
In a rather surprising turn of events, Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 is now available to download from the Mac App Store. The downloadable version of the app is $20 cheaper than the hard copy at around $80. It's the first Adobe app to hit Apple's Mac download portal and means the disc drive-less MacBook Air owners can now easily snag the software.
Link: msnbc

Google gets Harry Potter ebooks
The first Harry Potter ebooks will be available on the Google Books platform after J.K Rowling's Pottermore project struck a deal with The Big G. The wizardly adventures are to arrive in digital form for the first time in October. An Amazon spokesperson says the company is working on a similar deal to bring Potter to the Kindle.
Link: TechCrunch

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Songify app turns you into a pop idol
Are you a terrible shower singer? Well, there's an app for that. The Songify app for iPhone allows you to sing into the handset's microphone and the app will autotune your voice and match it against a song. Apparently it sounds great. So that's how Gaga does it!
Link: Gizmodo

Rural areas to get cheaper broadband by year's end
Isn't it sickening for you rural folks that you have to pay regular price for broadband service, when you can't achieve half of the advertised speeds? Well help may be coming following a legal ruling that forces BT to charge rival ISPs less for using its networks in less densely populated areas. Will the ISPs pass on the savings to you?
Link: Guardian

College kids in Sexting shocker!
Who'd have thunk it huh? University students in the United States are horny old dogs. A study from the University of Rhode Island found that "6 percent of the students had received sexually suggestive images, and 78 percent had received sexually suggestive messages. Two-thirds of the group had sent sexually suggestive messages. While most of the messages (73 percent) were sent to a relationship partner, 10 percent were sent without consent of the person who originally sent the message."
Link: Gizmodo

News@8: Wednesday was all Apple. The company outed Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, announced new MacBook Air's, Mac Minis and Thunderbolt LED Cinema displays. Catch up with all the news in our daily News@8 round-up.