Archive | September 29th, 2010

Most recent iOS 4.2 beta improves memory usage.

29. September 2010

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The recently released iOS 4.2 beta 2 apparently does much to improve memory usage, with some apps like Safari reportedly using nearly 25% less memory than in iOS 4.2 beta 1. via iPodNN

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Time Warner’s Jeff Bewkes is the latest TV executive to dismiss $0.99 TV Episode rentals on iTunes

29. September 2010

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Joining the chorus of TV executives who are less than enthusiastic about Apple’s $0.99 TV episode rental initiative, Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes didn’t mince words while speaking at the Royal Television Conference in London. “How can you justify renting your first-run TV shows individually for 99 cents an episode,” Bewkes said, “and thereby jeopardize […]

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Engadget reviews the Apple TV

29. September 2010

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An in-depth Apple TV review, per usual, from Engadget’s Joshua Topolsky. Putting content concerns aside (which admittedly is difficult to do), the Apple TV has a lot going for it. The video and audio quality of the Apple TV is to be lauded, the company┬áis making a lot of high quality titles available right off […]

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iOS 4.2 beta 2 comes with more upload options for YouTube

29. September 2010

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A new feature recently uncovered in the recently released iOS 4.2 beta 2 gives users uploading videos via YouTube the option to make their content visible to everyone, only to people who are provided a link, and to make it completely private. via 9to5Mac

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Apple to hold 4th quarter earnings conference call on October 18

29. September 2010

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Apple’s earnings conference calls are fast becoming routine affairs. Record breaking earnings, billions in profits, and an astounding number of Mac/iPhone/iPod sales. Indeed, we’ve almost come to expect Apple to set all-time highs in every financial metric quarter after quarter. And whadya know, Apple is poised to announce its fourth quarter earnings conference all on […]

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Video walkthrough and review of the new Apple TV

29. September 2010

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PC Mag reviews and takes us through the new Apple TV software. Regarding $0.99 rentals of TV Episodes, PC Mag issues a note of caution. You can buy or rent a show on iTunes via your computer or iOS 4.2 device, start watching it on that device, and finish watching it by streaming to your […]

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China Unicom sells 100,000 iPhone 4s in just four days

29. September 2010

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Say what you will about previous sales of the iPhone in China, but it’s overwhelmingly apparent that the iPhone 4 in China is a bonafide hit. The iPhone 4 launched in China this past weekend as thousands of interested shoppers lined up outside of Apple stores in anticipation. In the week and a half before […]

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Mozilla has no plans to bring full Firefox browser to the iPhone

29. September 2010

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In an official blogpost from Mozilla, the folks behind the Firefox browser reitteratd their commitment to the Firefox Home app while also detailing why we shouldn’t be expecting a full fledged Firefox browser for the iPhone anytime soon. We are working to bring as much of your Firefox experience as possible to Firefox Home. People […]

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