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Archives: August 2008

  1. McCain’s veep pick Sarah Palin and technology

    Republican presidential candidate John McCain announced his vice presidential running mate yesterday, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin…

  2. AP hit piece conjures up old iPod, iPhone ‘woes’

    First an iPhone price cut left early buyers feeling foolish, and then came reports that some iPods were spitting sparks…

  3. ‘Mac cloner’ Psystar: Apple illegally destroys competition

    n a move that could profoundly alter the face of the personal computer market, upstart Mac cloner Psystar…

  4. TinyBooks 6 released; family and small business accounting software for Mac

    Ken Winograd and Space-Time Associates announced today the release of a new version of the Mac…

  5. Comcast officially caps monthly Internet use at 250GB

    Comcast Corp., the nation’s second-largest Internet service provider, Thursday said it would set an official limit…

  6. Analyst: Most Canuck iPhone users ‘not yet into the guts’ of what Apple’s device can really deliver

    Most of Canada’s iPhone users seem to prefer the multimedia device for talking,…

  7. RUMOR: China Mobile to subsidize Apple iPhone

    China Mobile and Apple have decided to rely upon handset subsidies to bring Apple’s iPhone to China…

  8. Juice Pack for iPod touch just as sweet as Juice Pack for iPhone

    It’s been a good summer for iPod touch owners. First Apple included the touch right…

  9. Analyst: Apple finally catching up U.S. iPhone 3G supply to demand

    After more than six weeks of almost constant iPhone 3G shortages, Apple is finally known…

  10. RUMOR: Apple and AT&T prepping iPhone tethering plan

    According to a pretty legitimate-looking email thread from one of our readers, Steve Jobs…

  11. Apple releases Apple ProRes QuickTime Decoder 1.0 for Mac and Windows

    Apple today released the Apple ProRes QuickTime Decoder 1.0 for Mac and Windows…

  12. Apple iPods aid U.S. military in Iraq and Afghanistan

    The U.S. military went into Iraq with few troops able to speak Arabic. Now they can use their iPods to do the talking for them…

  13. Google reveals Apple App Store-like ‘Android Market’ for Android-based phones

    Google today shared early details of “Android Market,” an open content distribution system…

  14. Beleaguered Dell’s earnings plummet 17% as PC box assembler sees slowdown

    Dell Inc. said Thursday that its fiscal second-quarter earnings fell 17% from a year ago…

  15. Rogers extends limited-time iPhone prices, revamps data plans

    Rogers Communications Inc. is revamping its data rate plans and extending a limited-time offer on the iPhone…

  16. Panic updates Coda to version 1.5; one-window web development for Apple Mac

    Panic this week update to Coda, its web development application. According to the company…

  17. College students buying Macs in record numbers

    In this back-to-school season, college kids are buying Macs in numbers never seen before…

  18. Bare Bones ships BBEdit 9.0

    Bare Bones Software today announced the immediate availability of BBEdit 9.0, an upgrade to…

  19. Sony unveils four ‘Xplod’ Apple iPod-compatible car stereos

    Sony has announced four new Xplod (in-dash head units that are able to connect directly to compatible iPod music players…

  20. Why the iPhone 3G sometimes dropped calls and what Apple’s iPhone 2.0.2 fixed

    Our source close to AT&T helped illuminate why the update was necessary, what the problem was…

  21. Apple patent application describes ‘MacBook touch’

    Apple has been developing interface technology that would allow for a multi-touch handheld with full Mac OS X…

  22. Vimpelcom inks deal with Apple to sell iPhone 3G in Russia

    Vimpelcom, Russia’s second-largest mobile phone operator, said on Thursday it had inked a distribution deal with Apple Inc…

  23. Twentieth Century Fox unveils 20 new DIGITAL COPY films; iPod-, iPhone-, Apple TV-ready DVDs

    Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment offers consumers flexibility with the release of several best-selling DVDs with DIGITAL COPY…

  24. Bloomberg News mistakenly runs Steve Jobs’ obituary

    The Bloomberg financial newswire decided to update its 17-page Steve Jobs obituary…

  25. Music cartels pull select singles from iTunes Store in attempt to force ‘album’ bundle sales again

    iTunes has been the runaway hit of the music business, selling more than five billion song downloads…

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