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Thursday, September 29, 2005


Porn On Your Pod: Adult Podcasts Gain Popularity

Apple May See Decelerating Growth In iPod Sales

Arguing that Apple's amazing growth streak may have set investor expectations too high, Merrill Lynch downgraded the stock to "neutral" from "buy."

Apple To Replace Defective iPod Nanos

Shares fall after company confirms exchange plans.

Mac Mini Updates Confirmed And Shipping

Apple Sci-Tech Research Solution Improves

Apple has released a new version of its Apple Workgroup Cluster.

Apple Attacks Taiwan On Price


Listening To Customers

Apple's decision to come clean with the iPod nano screen problem will be welcomed by a lot of people, not least Matthew Peterson, who started the online campaign highlighting the issue.

Avoiding Copland 2010

Here's what Mac OS X is missing today that will be very difficult to add later without causing big problems for existing software and developers: A memory-managed language and API.

The DRM Nightmare: Not Only Does It Get Worse, It Recurs

Short of having a DRM standard that all providers and playback technologies can comply with, the DRM fiasco is a mess that's only going to get worse.

Why Apple Won't Up-Charge Downloads

Jobs will get what Jobs wants. In the end, that means download prices will stay right where they are.

12-Inch Versus 15-Inch: More Better PowerBook

The 15-inch Powerbook only weighs a pound more than the 12-inch and it's a better machine.

More Copyright Crackdowns, This Time By Government

Instead of wasting the public's resources on paying lawyers to go after people who are only helping promote the transit services, the new York and Bay Area governments should grow up and serve the people.

The Apple Of Symantec's Eye

Once again, Symantec is beating the drum for security problems in OS X, but why?


iPod Updater 2005-09-23: Problems With Models Other Than The iPod Shuffle

Although iPod Updater 2005-09-23 only contains software changes for the iPod shuffle, a number of users are experiencing issues with other iPod models after applying the update.

Kensington Notebook Power Adapter

Kensington has a power adapter that might cause users to consider switching even if the original adapter is working.

Dress Up Your iPod

Make a fashion statement with iPod aesthetics that go way beyond cases.


Need Inspiration For Your Halloween Costume This Year Round?

If you're an iPod fan, here are some existing ideas as collected by CNET that may inspire to create the next big thing. :-)

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