Late this year, a trailer for the 2-Disc Platinum Edition of 101 Dalmatians was released.
20th Century FoxEdit
New Line CinemaEdit
Several version numbers of iTunes was released this year. First, iTunes 7.2 fully supported Windows Vista; 7.3 was the last to also support Windows 2000; and 7.4 was the first version to introduce closed captioning for video playback.
Also introduced from Apple was the first version of iOS, initially released on June 29. Safari is the default web browser on iOS.
As of March 2007, all television sets manufactured since that date have built-in DTV tuners, causing all analog television sets (the format used worldwide since the very beginning) to phase out.
Nickelodeon/Nick at NiteEdit
On December 31, Nick GAS is completely replaced by the now 24/7 cable network, The N, and its sister channel, Noggin, also now airs 24/7.
Diary of a Wimpy KidEdit
- The Nintendo.com website got another makeover late this year, to only promote Nintendo DS and Wii games.'
- Early in September, SproutOnline.com, the official website for PBS Kids Sprout, was redesigned to introduce streaming of video clips from all acquired shows aired on that network at that time.
Logos of 2007Edit
Currency of 2007Edit
Over 2.2 billion new Series 2006 $1 bills were circulated in 2007.
Still in the old 2000 design, the last $5 bills with this design were circulated in 2007 and early 2008.
Only 83.2 million Series 2006 $10 bills were circulated in 2008, as most other $10 bills were either Series 2004A or 2003 when circulated in 2007.
About 1.9 million new Series 2006 $20 bills were circulated in 2007, making up about 30% of all $20 bills.
The last Series 2004A and first Series 2006 $50 bills were circulated in 2007. About 65% of all $50 bills were in the current design, while 18% were Series 2001, and the remaining 17% were Series 1996.
The Series 2006 $100 bill entered circulation in the Eastern United States.