Thursday, May 8, 2008
It's Do your Fake iPhone 2 Leaked Photos Season, and everyone is trying to trick everyone else with crappy, noisy, allegedly-leaked images. But why read about stupid rumors when you can make your own—and even send them to our contest? "How" you ask? Easy, just follow the easy 5-step tutorial after the jump, and get some inspiration from some examples I've made just for you (warning, my dog's genitals may be NSFW in the Great State of Minnesota).
More and further information via Gizmodo
Wednesday, May 7, 2008
Unlike when iTunes was still shiny and new (and, essentially, the only place to go for legal music downloads), Apple doesn’t have a stranglehold on the legal movie download business. You’ve got Amazon Unbox, Xbox Live Marketplace, and any number of other solutions. Apple can’t throw its weight around like it used to, as it did when it gifted us 99 cent music singles.
Not being a movie fan, I personally couldn’t give a toss what happens in this space, but I look forward to seeing if Apple can co-opt another industry, forcing it to bend to its will.via CrunchGear
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
Check out the picture PC Magazine used in their review of the all new iMac. Who said PC users don’t have a sense of humor?
- via Engadget
iTunes Turns Five is a special iTunes section dedicated to celebrating the fifth birthday of iTunes. Fair enough. We had a Thomas the Tank Engine cake for my son, they have a web page. Well, it seems they first time they posted the page it said they had 10 million songs available on iTunes and a few days later changed that to 6 million. Was it a typo? Were they counting podcasts? Did they secretly add and pull the entire Beatles catalog without telling us?
I’m going to say that a designer and marketers screwed up and they fixed it on the sly, but maybe they are just absolute mendicants not worthy of our respect. You decide.
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