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Archives: January 2008

  1. Music labels say no deal with Qtrax; music player software ‘sucks bad’

    The world’s biggest music companies, including Warner Music Group Corp and Sony BMG…

  2. The Jim Henson Company launches on Apple iTunes Store

    The Jim Henson Company today announced that favorites from the Company’s TV programming and feature film library…

  3. Apple CEO Steve Jobs: ‘Investors who stay with us will be rewarded… hang in there’

    In a private communication last week, Apple chief executive Steve Jobs acknowledged…

  4. RBC Capital’s Abramsky: Unlocked iPhones are positive for ‘recession resistant’ Apple

    RBC Capital analyst Mike Abramsky in a research report to clients Monday, said

  5. Developers ‘chomping at the virtual bit’ for Apple iPhone SDK

    Macworld may be over, but for a group of developers the most important Apple news…

  6. So-called ‘analyst’ finds his ‘missing’ iPhones

    Having stirred up a hornet’s nest with his first take in the so-called missing iPhones…

  7. Mac OS X Sheets still need some work

    There’s a time and a place for transparency in the user interface and Mac OS X usually…

  8. Apple working on iPhone Copy, Paste (and how it could be implemented)

    Apple is aware of the desire for Cut, Copy, Paste on iPhone and it is working on it in the labs as we speak…

  9. Apple tops own guidance by average of 40.5% over past 8 quarters

    Apple Inc. has, on average, reported actual financial results in the previous eight quarters that came in 40.5%…

  10. Qtrax’s claim of having ‘all major labels’ disputed, no deals signed with Warner, EMI, Universal

    A revamped online file-sharing service that promised to offer unlimited, free music downloads…

  11. Apple taking a cut of movie rentals to subsidize Apple TV price cuts?

    Apple TV margins are already uncharacteristically low for Apple, how can they cut $70 more?

  12. Microsoft admits security flaw in Mac Office 2008 Installer; promises fix

    You may have seen recent reports on the web of a security issue in the installer for Mac Office 2008…

  13. Qtrax file-sharing service launches; promises free ‘iPod-compatible’ music downloads

    A revamped online file-sharing service aims to woo legions of music fans by offering unlimited, free song downloads…

  14. Ben Stein: Traders can manipulate the stock market any way they want

    I have come to believe in the theory of what I would call ‘financial realism,’ or what might more accurately be called…

  15. If history holds true, profit taking in Apple stock will soon exhaust itself

    While the Street frets about slowing iPod sales, it’s easy to forget Apple’s range…

  16. Germany’s T-Mobile activates 70,000 Apple iPhone customers in first 11 weeks

    German telecoms operator Deutsche Telekom said on Saturday it had signed up 70,000 iPhone customers…

  17. Engadget reviews Apple’s MacBook Air: thinnest, sexiest laptop around today

    It fits in a manila folder, you can slide it under a door, and if you threw it hard enough you could probably…

  18. There are no ‘missing’ Apple iPhones

    With Apple having announced iPhone shipments far in excess of reported activations…

  19. Fox Business’ Matt Egan reports Apple’s record-breaking earnings as ‘lackluster performance’

    The importance of Microsoft’s positive earnings announcement comes from the lackluster…

  20. iPhone 1.1.3 ‘jailbreak’ released

    Hackers on Thursday released a simple ‘jailbreak’ solution for iPhone 1.1.3, allowing users…

  21. IDC analyst doesn’t seem to understand that Apple Macs can run Windows, too

    DC analyst Richard Shim contributed some “analysis” for Jennifer LeClaire’s MacBook Air article for NewsFactor…

  22. Dvorak: Apple’s MacBook Air unlikely to be much of a success

    Apple’s MacBook Air is a 3-pound ultralight computer that’s gorgeous but not competitive…

  23. Computerworld reviews Apple’s MacBook Air: incredible, amazing, truly innovative Mac

    There can be no real question that the MacBook Air is a truly innovative product…

  24. Ars Technica reviews Apple’s iTunes Movie Rentals: slick, friendly, and easy-to-use

    Apple introduced a new feature to its iTunes Store, iPod, and Apple TV ecosystem last week at Macworld ’08…

  25. Ockham Research: Apple shares are low hanging fruit

    Apple Inc. has enjoyed being a cornerstone of the bull market of recent history…

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