iPod Garage to evolve into iProng on May 8th

“After more than two years of operation, iPod Garage has announced that it will change its name to iProng on May 8th, in order to reflect the fact that the iPod universe now centers around more than just the iPod itself. The name change is reflective of the fact that the iPod universe is now multi-pronged, equally comprised of the iPod, iTunes, podcasting, music, video, and more. To commemorate the name change, iPod Garage, (ahem) iProng will be giving away an iPod nano and other prizes,” Bill Palmer reports for “iProng.”

More info: http://www.iprong.com/article.php?id=1260

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  1. Bill Palmer, retarded delusional.

    So this guy is now “reviewing” iPod products on iProng, “selling” iPod products from HeadProng, and “selling” CD and DVD ripping services on LoadProng (formerly LoadPod). What a joke.

    Hey Bill, why don’t you mail my company again with a threatening letter about what a big deal your site is.

  2. So I guess this shows how long it takes Apple’s lawyers to take down a third-rate site with iPod in the name: 2 years. Way to go Apple, keep up the pace and maybe all the iPod sites will be gone by 2016.

  3. If Apple forced them to change their name as they did iPodlounge just because they used iPod in their name then what about MacMall, or SecureMac.com, or Mactopia, or MacFixit, or MacInTouch, or MacWindows.com, or MacUpdate.com, or MacOSXhints.com, or MacWorld, or DealMac.com, or macnn.com, or MacDailyNews? When will it all end?

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