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Thursday, 19 April 2007 09:30

What form will iPhone/Cisco integration take?

Recent reports have triggered a fresh wave of speculation about the foreshadowed integration of products from Apple and Cisco, which share the iPhone trademark.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 18 April 2007 09:49

IDF: Intel and the ultra mobile revolution

Ever since handheld devices appeared, from calculators to electronic diaries, Palm Pilots to Apple Newtons to Pocket PCs, iPods and the Origami UMPCs from Intel and Microsoft, people have wanted their portable devices to last all day, have the power of a desktop, fit into a pocket, and these days, be totally wireless and Internet compatible. iPhone is coming, but Intel made some major mobile announcements today!

Published in Entertainment
While market watchers and analysts bemoan another delay in the release of Apple's new Mac OS X Leopard because of iPhone commitments, they seem to have forgotten two facts. The first is that Apple has declared it is no longer a computer company and the second is the company's new found taste for dominance.

The news that iPods equipped with Wi-Fi are imminent has raised speculation about how Apple intends to make use of the new wireless capabilities of its fastest selling device. Some commentators believe that wireless data transfer is the most probable use. However, this seems unlikely given previous comments from Apple. Music sharing - now that's another story.

Published in Beerfiles
Sunday, 15 April 2007 15:38

Apple holds back Leopard's release

In the push to get the iPhone out on time, Apple has been forced to delay the release of the next version of Mac OS X until October.

Published in Market
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The news that Apple has once again pushed back the release of its new operating system Mac OS X Leopard in order to meet its commitment to bring iPhone to market suggests that the company, which in January dropped Computer from its name, is now torn between product lines. It also reveals that Apple has reached the limits of its human resources.

Published in Beerfiles
Friday, 13 April 2007 04:59

Mac OS X Leopard delayed but iPhone on time

Apple has delayed the release of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard until October, citing "tradeoffs" between its development and that of the iPhone.

Published in Market
Friday, 13 April 2007 04:16

Mac OS X delayed, iPhone on time says Apple

Apple has delayed the release of Mac OS X 10.5 until October, citing "tradeoffs" between its development and that of the iPhone.

Published in Market

100 million iPods have finally been sold, making it the most popular music player in the known universe, despite the fact Nokia claims more sales due to most of their phones playing mp3s.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 10 April 2007 03:12

Apple's iPod reaches 100 million milestone

Apple has sold 100 million iPods in five and a half years, which it claims makes the device "the fastest selling music player in history."

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 06 April 2007 03:09

Podloso: world's lamest virus?

Kaspersky Lab claims to have discovered the first iPod virus, which it has has named Podloso.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 03 April 2007 03:21

EMI Music drops DRM, boosts BPS

EMI Music has taken a brave decision to offer higher quality, DRM-free digital downloads, which allow purchased tracks to be played on a wider range of devices other than Apple's iPods, the forthcoming iPhone and computers running iTunes.
Published in Home Tech
Monday, 02 April 2007 04:20

iPhone may arrive June 11

A fresh buzz about Apple's forthcoming iPhone has been generated by a claim that it will go on sale in the US on June 11.

Published in Market
Monday, 02 April 2007 02:54

iPhone coming 11 June?

A fresh buzz about Apple's forthcoming iPhone has been generated by a claim that it will go on sale in the US on 11 June.

Published in Market
Monday, 02 April 2007 02:27

Beatles coming to iTunes?

News that Apple CEO Steve Jobs will attend an EMI event in London later today has renewed speculation that Beatles tracks will soon be available from the iTunes Store.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 29 March 2007 01:26

LG and Google: the LGooGLe or GoogLe phone?

No, LG isn’t manufacturing the rumored Google Phone, but will start bundling several Google apps on their phones, fresh from doing a similar deal with Yahoo! at the recent 3GSM.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 28 March 2007 12:32

AT&T: 1 million enquiries for iPhone

If they sell them, there’s only 9 million more to sell before reaching Steve Jobs’ 10 million target for year end 2008 – but despite some analyst disagreement, Apple could easily sell 10m long before 2008 is over.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 28 March 2007 02:50

Yahoo opens mobile ad network

Yahoo is making a grab for advertising on mobile phones. Its new Mobile Ad Network provides syndicated advertising for publishers of mobile content and services, and MobiTV has signed up as the first major partner.

Published in Mobility
US wireless carrier Sprint Nextel has issued a strong challenge to Apple's iTunes service, offering mobile phone downloads at a price matching 99 cents. The service, which begins in early April, will apply to the 1.5 million songs in the Sprint Music Store library.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 26 March 2007 17:36

Helio Ocean set to make a splash

Helio's Ocean looks set to cause a major splash in the mobile phone world with a unique dual-slider design to provide a regular phone keypad plus a full QWERTY keyboard in one device.
Published in Mobility




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