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Apple iPod nano

Nic Rossmüller : 2007-09-05 20:38:37
Apple iPod nano : Apple introduced the all new iPod nano, bringing video playback, an enhanced user interface featuring Cover Flow, and an incredible new design to the world’s most popular music player. The new iPod nano features a larger two-inch display with 204 pixels per inch, which lets users watch their favorite movies, TV shows and music. iPod nano also includes three fun games, and additional games can be purchased from the online iTunes Store. iPod nano delivers up to 24 hours of audio playback or five hours of video playback on a single charge, and is encased in a beautiful new metal design made with anodized aluminum and polished stainless steel and comes in five new colors silver, black, blue, green and red.


iTunes Store stops selling NBC Television Shows

Mark Peters : 2007-09-05 19:09:21
iTunes Store stops selling NBC Television Shows : Apple has announced that it will not be selling the NBC television shows for the upcoming television season on its online iTunes Store. The move follows NBC’s decision to not renew its agreement with iTunes after Apple declined to pay more than double the wholesale price for each NBC Television episode, which would have resulted in the retail price to consumers increasing to $4.99 per episode from the current $1.99. ABC, CBS, FOX and The CW, along with more than 50 cable networks, are signed up to sell TV shows from their upcoming season on iTunes at $1.99 per episode. Apple’s agreement with NBC Television Shows ends in December 2007.


Apple Mac web gallery

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-16 14:30:00
Apple Mac web gallery : Apple announced significant enhancements to its .Mac online service, highlighted by the debut of .Mac Web Gallery, a feature for sharing photos and movies on the Internet. .Mac Web Gallery lets members easily share photos and movies directly from iLife 2008. In addition, .Mac Web Gallery visitors can download high quality images for printing and even contribute photos using a standard web browser or email. Other new .Mac features include a tenfold increase in .Mac storage to 10GB, support for personal domains for iWeb websites and enhancements to .Mac Mail. “.Mac Web Gallery is an awesome way to share photos and movies on the Internet with friends and family,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO.


Apple iWork 2008

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-16 13:57:00
Apple iWork 2008 software : Apple introduced Apple iWork 2008, an upgrade to Apple’s productivity software suite featuring new versions of Pages and Keynote word processing and presentation applications, and introducing an spreadsheet application called “Numbers.” Numbers introduces the concept of intelligent tables on a flexible canvas, a approach that makes it easy to organize information, create calculations, analyze results and make spreadsheets look as great as they work. “Pages and Keynote make it easy, and even fun, for anyone to create stylish documents and presentations very quickly,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “Numbers rounds out the iWork suite, which is far more intuitive and easy to use than anything else out there.”


Apple iLife upgrade

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-16 13:56:00
Apple iLife upgrade : Apple introduced iLife 2008, featuring a major new version of iPhoto and a completely reinvented iMovie. iPhoto 2008 automatically organizes photo libraries into Events that let users more easily manage their growing photo collections, and iMovie 2008 introduces an entirely new way for users to quickly make movies and share them online. Both iPhoto and iMovie integrate seamlessly with the new .Mac Web Gallery, Apple’s new service for .Mac members to instantly create and host stunning online websites for their photos and videos. iLife 2008 also features iWeb 2008, with live web widgets such as Google Maps and GarageBand 2008, with Magic GarageBand feature that makes it fun and easy to create great sounding songs.


iMac update

Dennis Hissink : 2007-08-08 01:30:00
iMac update : Apple unveiled an all new all-in-one iMac desktop computer line featuring gorgeous 20- and 24-inch widescreen displays encased in elegant and professional aluminum and glass enclosures. The entire new Apple iMac computer line features the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors and a new, ultra-thin aluminum Apple Keyboard, built-in iSight video camera for video conferencing and iLife ’08 software, making it the ultimate digital lifestyle desktop computer for both consumers and professionals. The 20-inch iMac desktop computer now starts at just $1,199, $300 less than the previous 20-inch model, and the 24-inch iMac computer starts at just $1,799, $200 less than the previous 24-inch model.


iPhone widgets service

Mark Peters : 2007-08-07 12:21:00
iPhone widgets service : Plusmo announced the availability of its free and customizable mobile widgets service to users of Apple's new iPhone. A custom interface gives Apple iPhone users access to more than 20,000 Plusmo widgets - most of them created by users. Plusmo enables people to extend social networking through mobile devices. Content providers, media houses and bloggers can now extend their services to the Apple iPhone through Plusmo widgets for free within minutes. Plusmo also enables users to create personalized widgets out of useful web services, XML/RSS based sources including news feeds as well as professional media, and user generated content such as blogs, photos and videos, and other Web 2.0 content.


Akoo m-Venue for Apple’s iPhone Safari browser

Mark Peters : 2007-08-03 19:00:00
Akoo m-Venue for Apple’s iPhone Safari browser : Akoo International announced an m-Venue application - optimized for Apple’s iPhone Safari browser and Microsoft Windows Mobile devices such as the Motorola Q mobile phone - that lets consumers use their mobile phones as wireless “remote controls” to activate in-store entertainment and marketing, on demand, at participating locations where they shop, eat, socialize, and play. m-Venue powers in-store digital signage and marketing initiatives that drive sales. Mobile users can search, select, and activate songs, music videos, memorable sports moments, pre-approved user-generated content, and additional programming for shared public performance over standard audio/video systems.






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