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April 9th, 2007 by admin

Another Point for the Pismo!

New Music PhonesWithout The i 
The names of two new phones say it all: UpStage and enV

Best Buy, Wal-Mart Take On RadioShack In Cell Phone Retail 

April 9th, 2007 by admin

A mobile phone retail battle is in the air.

CTIA Wireless review | Celebrating new gadgets 
What’s new in wireless? After attending the largest U.S. wireless convention late last month in Orlando, Fla., I have a clue. This year’s CTIA Wireless…

Apple Unveils Higher Quality DRM-Free Music on the iTunes Store 
Apple(R) has announced that EMI Music’s entire digital catalog of music will be available for purchase DRM-free (without digital rights management) from the iTunes(R) Store (http://www.itunes.com/) worldwide in May. DRM-free tracks from EMI will be offered at higher quality 256 kbps AAC encoding, resulting in audio quality indistinguishable from the original recording, for just $1.29 per song.

Beatles May Go Online As Apple, EMI Come Together 
Just exactly what EMI will announce on Monday isn’t certain, but the Beatles are the highest-profile holdout from iTunes and EMI CEO Eric Nicoli will be joined at the press conference by Steve Jobs.

Rumored Release Date Ratchets iPhone Buzz 

April 9th, 2007 by admin

In January, Apple told the world it would deliver its iPhone in June via AT&T’s Cingular Wireless. The most likely date for delivery — or at the very least a more specific announcement — is reportedly June 11, which is the first day of the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.

Chron 200 / Google powers its way up / Expanding horizons: The huge Mountain View Internet company has branched out … 
When business executives describe what keeps them up at night, Google Inc. is often high on the list. The Mountain View Internet company is considered a threat or a potential threat on numerous fronts, ranging from the obvious — the Internet — to…

MS aims at iPhone-like browsing 
Microsoft today issued a response to the iPhone’s mobile version of Safari with Deepfish, the codename for a new technology designed for Windows Mobile 5 or 6 smartphones to provide a more desktop-like web browser experience. The software automatically creates a complete image of a website, preserving the formatting intended by its creator; instea…

Self Published iPod Books Offered on eBay Store 
A zero-cost self publishing option for authors that also includes a free listing on eBay was launched today by MediaClick, Inc., a Naples, Florida company.