Archive | March 11th, 2010

Adobe responds to Apple’s issues regarding Flash on the iPhone and the iPad

11. March 2010

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It’s no secret that Steve Jobs and Apple don’t think too highly of Flash, with Jobs reportedly noting during an internal Apple meeting that the majority of crashes on Safari are due to Flash related bugs. Apple has refused to budge from its position of not supporting Flash on the iPhone, and with the Flash-less […]

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Rumor: Next-gen iPhone to include support for multitasking

11. March 2010

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AppleInsider is reporting that the next-gen iPhone will finally include support for system wide multitasking, an issue some users have been complaining about ever since the original iPhone first debuted. While some know-it-all pundits have chastised the iPhone for its inability to support multitasking, the reality is that the iPhone OS is more than capable […]

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Pink Floyd emerges victorious in iTunes dispute with EMI

11. March 2010

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A few days ago we reported that Pink Floyd and their record label EMI were warring over iTunes royalties. Part of the problem was Pink Floyd’s contention that their contract did grant EMI permission to sell their music on a song by song basis via iTunes. While some artists have undoubtedly made millions of dollars […]

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Analyst raises target on Apple stock to $260, anticipates 55 million iPhones in 2011

11. March 2010

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In a recent note to investors Merrill Lynch analyst Scott Craig wrote¬†that Apple is on target to sell approximately 33 million iPhones in 2010, a figure he believes is attainable regardless of whether or not Apple strikes a deal to sell the iPhone on Verizon. Looking forward to 2011, Craig writes that Apple will be […]

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