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Friday, December 16, 2005


Apple Developing New iPod Applications For Windows?

Apple is shopping for software developers that can help it build "new complex" iPod applications for the Windows operating system, according to recent company job posting.

Bush's iPod Muddle

"I get the shuffle and then I shuffle the shuffle."

Publisher Apologizes To Online Lyrics Tool

Warner/Chappell chairman Richard Blackstone and Jane Dyball, who handles European legal affairs for the company, privately and publically apologized to Walter Ritter, the 31-year-old Austrian programmer behind PearLyrics.

Apple Juggernaut Shows No Sin Of Waning

With its best-selling iPods and landmark licensing deals with music and television moguls propelling new ways of consuming digital media, Apple now is the pacesetter.

Key Events For Apple In 2005

NBC Will Add More Shows To iTunes US

HBO Interested In iPod Programming

Where iPods Meet Sock Hops

If you're an iPod accessory collector who's beyond chargers and speakers, but not quite ready for an iPod BMW, you might consider Wurlitzer's Bubbler CD jukebox, now available with an iPod dock.

Study: iTunes Runs Second To Napster In Branding


iTunes Podcast Directory Being Mainatined By Third Grader!

Two iPods Are Better Than One

The Bane Of File Sharing

Sharing files is a laudable goal but who on eart really use File Sharing for good?


Mini Madness

With sellers asking nearly $600 for a 4GB iPod mini, has Apple abandoned the colorful alumninized player too soon? I compare the mini and nano to find out.


Rumor Today: I Tell 'Ya, No Intel Mac At Macworld Expo SF

TechWB: Apple says not to expect Intel at Macworld; in fact, don't expect any new computer hardware.

Remembering Myst

For reasons unknown to me, I suddenly wanted to get my hands on Myst again. Gotta go search for that CD-ROM in my "big" cupboard... and I do wonder if the game still works in Mac OS X classic mode.

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