Kevin Rose Says iPod Price Drops, New iPod Nano, iTunes 8.0, and Blu-ray in OS X 10.5.6

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Kevin Rose says that there will be a skinnier longer iPod Nano that will be more rounded released sometime between now and the end of September. Along with the iPod Nano update the iPod Touch will be getting small cosmetic changes and will be the first device to get the 2.1 software update (iPhone getting […]

Do We Really Need Cut And Paste?

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I”ve spent the past year trying to figure out why everyone really NEEDS cut and paste in the iPhone. Since the day I purchased the iPhone (June 29, 2007) I’ve probably only been in 3 situations where I wished I had cut and paste available to me. I can’t name a single one of those […]

Apple May Offer iTunes Subscription In Late September

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Many Apple rumors sites have recently began reporting on the possibility of Apple offering an iTunes subscription option. Many other online music sites have been offering subscriptions for quite some time now but the big one (iTunes) hasn’t yet. The rumor says that about half of the music currently available on the iTunes music store […]

“Real Racing” For the iPhone

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There have been several racing games for the iPhone, from Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 3D to GTS World Racing, but Firemints crack at the genre might be the most realistic and possibly the best yet. Firemint is an Australian developer that has developed this game with accelerometer steering and multiplayer modes over Wifi. The game […]

Apple Pulls Push Notification From 2.1 Beta 4 SDK

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Apple has come up with a solution to not having background applications on the iPhone, the ability for developers to push notifications to the device through Apple’s servers. This feature had been promised to have a September release date but in the latest version of the iPhone SDK (2.1 Beta 4) the feature was pulled. […]

HDfury2 Strips HDCP From HDMI Connections

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HDfury2 is a brand new adapter that allows users of displays without HDMI (or with HDMI that doesn’t support HDCP) to watch 1080p content via VGA or Component video. The device has a built in deciphering converter that makes whatever HDMI box that you plug into it think that it has an HDCP connection with […]

Podcast Aggregator for the iPhone

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10 days ago I wrote about the lack of a podcast aggregating appliction for the iPhone. At the end of the post I said “So developers get to work, podcast enthusiasts are waiting” and I guess there was at least one developer working on one. The application is called Podcaster and it is from the […]

Pandora Is Near Closing Down

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Pandora is an internet radio service that uses the music genome project to give you personalized radio stations based on songs and artists that you like. You aren’t able to pick songs specifically but you can fine tune what the radio station plays by giving each song a thumbs up or thumbs down. Pandora has […]

Twitter Ends SMS Updates For UK Users

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In a move that will help Twitter save a lot of money and hopefully improve the service for the bulk of the users, they have decided to stop sending SMS updates to UK users. The reason for this is that (according to Twitter) it costs them $1,000 per user per year to support SMS in […]

Netflix Having Shipping Issues -Update

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Netflix is having some more issues with their shipping system meaning some people are experiencing delays. Like the great company Netflix is though they are figuring out exactly who was effected by this problem and are going to be issuing credits to those people. Yet again Netflix is showing their commitment to good customer service. […]

In Reply to Ars Technica, What Apple Needs To Fix

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Yesterday Ars Technica posted this article talking about what is still wrong with the iPhone 3G, I suggest everyone read it first before reading this post. This post is just a reply to it point by point showing why they are wrong on most of them. Activation: Not that big of an issue, it was […]

Leaked Ad Depicts Palm Centro 2

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The ad above seems to be a leaked ad of the upcoming Palm Centro 2 smartphone. There hasn’t been any official confirmation from Palm, but we usually don’t expect companies to confirm leaked products until they are ready to announce them. What’s even more interesting about this ad above is that this Centro 2 does […]


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