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Friday, January 7, 2005


Motorola Previews iTunes Phone

It syncs with a computer and the iTunes Music Store like an iPod does, and incorporates the iPod interface for navigating and playing digital music, said Ron Garriques, a Motorola executive vice president.

Listeners Are Broadening Tastes And Benefiting Artists

Forget guitars, basses and drums. Ignore singers, rappers and deejays. As we enter 2005, and cast our eyes back at 2004, it seems like the real revolution in music hasn't come from a musician, but from a piece of technology. Namely: the almighty iPod.

Sweet Music As iTunes Comes To Town

Apple's director of product development in Ireland, Chris Bell, said last night the introduction of the online music store to Ireland was a significant development. "We watched with great excitement as the iTunes service swept across Europe and, finally, welcomed its arrival in Ireland."

Jobs' Incredible Tale As Apple Triumphs

Technology tycoon beats cancer to see through a record year at computer giant.

Pod People

Got a new portable MP3 player? Plug in to a world of music that goes far beyond radio.

Apple Store Coming To Woodland

Woodland Shopping Center soon will be home a highly coveted Apple Computer Store.

Car Adapters Keep iPod Rocking

iPod music players are getting out on the highway, thanks to the efforts of car stereo makers.

Blinkx Launches Desktop Search For Mac

Blinkx will introduce a version of its desktop-search software for the Macintosh next week, making it one of the first specialists to cater to Apple's loyalist audience. Still, the San Francisco-based company must compete with Apple itself.

Apple's Jobs To Be Stanford Commencement Speaker

Boingo For Mac Launches

Boingo Wireless has finally, finally, finally released their Mac OS X client for hotspot access.

Notebooks From Apple Enjoy Solid Fan Base

Report: No Live Webcast Or Satellite Broadcast Of Apple CEO Steve Jobs' Macworld Expo Keynote

Think Secret Responds To Apple Suit

"We're confident that Think Secret's reporting is consistent with the right and privileges granted by the First Amendment."

iTunes Music Store Now Open In Ireland

Apple has quietly opened an iTunes Music Store for users living in Ireland.


CES: The iPod's Long Shadow

It seems that any company capable of surrounding a circuit board in plastic has released an MP3 player, and nearly every one had this in common: In comparison to the iPod, their interfaces stink to high heaven.

The Rumor Game

There's a reasonable case to be made that Think Secret has a right to publish these rumors. But it is unreasonable to believe that they don't cause Apple any harm, simply because you enjoy reading the rumors.


Those Crazy Japanese...

You want some iMac fingernails?

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