Mavericks Gold Master, Recycled Rumors, Ghost Trains, and more in our Reader Weekly

This week Mobile Me users lost their free extra storage, as they were moved to the free 5GB storage plans. If you had your eyes on one of the 128 GB iPads, but were holding out for a more cost-effective option, you can grab one from Apple’s refurbished store. The future of iTunes radio has become more clear as details emerge that the service will be used for promoting pre-release music. Jailbreakers may get to join the post iOS 7 world, as Evad3rs announced they were close to a breakthrough. Finally, last week saw the gold master of Mavericks released to developers, signaling that its release may be imminent.

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    Fruzsina Eördögh at Motherboard writes about the possibility that a recent train crash in Chicago was caused by an intruder taking control of the CTA’s SCADA system.

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Mac geek? Gamer? Why not both? Mike is a writer from Wisconsin who enjoys wasting immense amounts of time on the Internet. You can follow him on Twitter.