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Wednesday, June 21, 2006


Apple's iTunes Movie Muddle

The outfit wants to sell films through its online store, but an agreement with the movie studios is unlikely any time soon.

Apple Releases iPhoto 6.04 Update

Apple Can Withstand Microsoft iPod Assault - Analyst

Microsoft's rumored foray into the digital music business is likely to have the strongest impact on partners like Creative and Sony rather than Apple and its iPod, says one analyst.


Open-Sourcing Apple Apps

By paying Apple a hundred bucks or so a year, on average, I'm buying peace of mind; every week or two I hit "Software Update" and sleep a little sounder knowing that all my bits and pieces are as up-to-date and secure as Apple knows how to make them.

Interoperability And DRM Are Mutually Exclusive


Garden Dreams

Garden Dreams offers fast-paced but ultimaely repetitive entertainment for casual gamers with a green thumb.


The Apple Offline Movie Store

I'm pretty sure Steve Jobs will get his iTunes Movie Store. I mean, Disney is almost in bed with Apple nowadays. :-)

But, on the off chance that Steve Jobs can't get his iTunes Movie Store in place, maybe Apple should start importing those non-copy-protected VCDs from the Asian market for sale at Apple stores, and re-start the whole Rip-Mix-Burn advertising campaign.

(Oh and by the way, I'm not that happy with Apple for not providing me with any VCD applications in Mac OS X.)

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