Mac news for Mac people

Wednesday, December 14, 2005


Bringing Prime Time To Video iPod

In stepped little Proxure, with its $30 MyTV ToGo utility. It takes shows recorded by Microsoft's Windows Media Center software on a PC, converts them and transfers them into a special playlist on the iPod.

Apple Dips On Analyst Downgrade

Advertisers Tune In New Video Platforms

When Apple unveiled its video download partnership with broadcaster ABC, media advertisers began scrambling for answers about how to shape their marketing strategies to address new distribution models.

Apple Still In A 'Long Term Uptrend'

iPod Rivals Behind In User Interface And Cool Factor

The Origin Of An Icon

Apple's Success A Lesson In Branding - Forrester


Singapore Government Bans iPod In Gyms

Apparently, Singapore Sports Council bans MP3 players in gyms, as reported by Caprice Ng.

"When probed for further explanation on the safety hazards posed when tuning in to my MP3 player, the employee replied that: I might have my arm or neck entangled in the earphone cord; and I might not be able to react in a fire as my hearing would be impaired."

I guess they don't allow people with poor hearing in gyms too, eh?

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