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Tuesday, July 18, 2006


Virtual Windows On A Mac Coming To Stores

Apple retail stores will soon start selling Parallels' virtualization software, allowing users to run Windows and Mac applications simultaneously.


Irony Of The Day: Steve Jobs Rails Against Walled Gardens?

Another Reason To Love Apple

Apple stood by their products and went above and beyond the usual support given by most IT companies.

Did Apple's Concession Erase The Fine Line Between Bloggers And Journalists?


Simple iPod / Auto Integration

Although all these devices provide basically the same set of features, I was somewhat surprised to find that my favorite ended up being Griffin Technology's TuneFlex.


Rumor Today: iTunes Movie Rentals

You may "own" the music you purchased from the iTunes Music Store, and you may "own" the TV programs you purchased from the iTunes Music Store, but when it comes to movies — you'd still need to buy the DVDs.

ThinkSecret's latest rumor-mongering indicates that Steve Jobs have compromised with the movie studios, and will offer only a rental business model come this WWDC with regards to movies.

What may be more interesting is whether indie filmmakers — the truly indies — will be able to sell their movies through iTunes.

Asleep On The Job?

Doesn't Microsoft — owner of both the software products Windows and Virutal PC — feel embarrased to have been beaten to the market by Parallels?

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