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Why Does Apple Have To Charge More for Faster Wi-Fi?

Hey, I'm all for companies making a buck on the products ands services they provide us consumers, but why does Apple have to charge $1.99 a month for faster wireless service on some of its MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops?...

Beatles on iTunes: Sooner Than You Think?

I heard the news today, oh boy ... Much buzz today about the apparent resolution of when and where (forget about if), the Beatles LPs/CDs will be available for download. More on that here. Not too surprised that Apple (working...

Netflix Gets into Movie Downloads (Finally!)

Don't know why it took so long, but Netflix is finally offering movies and TV shows via download, rather than by its DVD-by-mail service.  Guess they finally took their collective eyes off of Blockbuster and now are contending with such other online movie...

Jack Bauer's Perfect Mobile Phone for 24

The season of 24 kicked off last night with a 2-hour special premiere of 24 and continues tonight with yet another two hour kick-off to the 6th season of 24. I thought it would be cool to examine the perfect...

It Was Some Week, Wasn't It?

You knew Macworld and CES in the same week would be exciting, but who expected that Apple's show would blow the other one completely out of the water? Funny what a little iPhone announcement -- and the ensuing announcement from Cisco...

Apple vs. Cisco over iPhone

I was just on the phone with Garvin Thomas, a reporter from NBC11 News who wanted my take on the iPhone lawsuit between Apple and Cisco and to discuss what he learned. First, when you search the US Patent and...

Jon Arnold on bloggers

Jon Arnold has some interesting thoughts on how blogging is making in-roads in the large tech companies, including Cisco. This was in response to my blog post about how Apple was able to keep their iPhone secret from both blogger...

The Straight Skinny on the Cisco/Apple Lawsuit

Not too surprising and plenty of blog, blog, blogging on the Cisco lawsuit over Apple's use of the iPhone name for its new little product -- did anyone miss this announcement? Great to see this Cisco news item that comes...

Cisco sues Apple

Just one day after the Apple iPhone was announced, Cisco announced it was suing Apple over trademark infringment. Apparently, they were under negotiations, but they fell though. David Berlind at ZDNet has more. Any name ideas? I was thinking aPhone...

iPhone: Not All Phone for All People

Make no mistake, that Apple iPhone is one great looking product -- would you expect anything less from Apple? But what's really interested is taking a look past the shiny, attractive exterior and seeing what's inside -- the technology,...

Apple iPhone - more secret than a covert CIA operation

Steve Jobs has outdone himself with the successful launch of the Apple iPhone at CES yesterday that continues to cause reverberations and major buzz today. What I would like to know is how Steve Jobs kept the iPhone so secret....

Apple Computer Is No More

Amid all of the excitement today about the Apple iPhone is an even bigger story -- Apple is now longer Apple Computer, but is now Apple Inc. Nothing else could more emphatically underscore Apple's amazing transformation from a cool computer...

Apple iPhone launches

The Apple iPhone is a rumor no more - and Apple is even using the name "iPhone" - Cisco's trademark on the term 'iPhone' be damned! The Apple iPhone measures just 11.6 millimeters thin and includes a 3.5-inch wide touchscreen...

CNBC Squawk Box says no Apple iPhone

In the ever continuing rumor-mill and hysteria over whether Steve Jobs will announce an Apple iPhone that can't be called an iPhone since Linksys trademarked it, let me add to the rumor-mill... I heard that CNBC's Squawk Box is predicting...

At the Core of the Apple: Jobs Up Close

With the Apple and MacWorld rumor mills working overtime this week in prepraration for the big shindig in SF coming soon, lots of Apple news., views, etc., to consider and digest. Best I've seen so far is thisone that gives...

Apple's Macworld 2007: What in the World?

January is always a fun month -- first with the superlarge, large, large CES shindig in Las Vegas for all things electronic (and more) and Macworld 2007 in San Francisco for all things Apple. There's so much "new tech" and...

The iPhone Arrives ... via Cisco

While all of us blogged on and on about the union of the iPod and the cell phone into something we all loved to call the iPhone, Cisco has quietly been watching and waiting, not saying a word, even though...

iPod vs. iTunes: The Guessing Game

While the iPod and iTunes are inevitably linked (they're both Apple products, right? and they are linked on the Apple web site), interesting New York Times article today on the ratio between the number of songs downloaded from iTunes as...

Hey, the iPhone Is Already Here!

Funny, how we all talk about the upcoming Apple iPhone ... Even funnier that a Canadian company(Comwave to be exact), according to this report, has been using the name for two years! Can you believe it! You can follow the...

Apple Rolling into Video Gaming Market?

Boy, those patent-reading Apple investigators have been busy, busy, busy! and now we can benefit from those that track Apple's hiring patterns. Now we have a report that Apple has added video gaming expertise and is considering a move into the video gaming...

Will iPod Phone Make a MacWorld Debut?

Albert Einstein worked in the patent office examining patents and look what happened to him. Seems many today love looking at Apple's patent applications to see what they are up to, too. With that in mind, how about this report (and speculation) about...

VoIP Gateway clones an iPod

The iPod is one of the most recognizable products due to it's smooth exterior, elegant shape, and stylish form-factor.  So what you do get when you cross an Apple iPod with a VoIP gateway? Why the Polypower VRM0-Sxx series of course!...

It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's an iPod!

Not to be outdone by all of the Zune noise we've been hearing on the ground today, Apple is taking to the air! Apple has announced that it's teaming up with some major airlines -- Air France, Continental, Delta, Emirates, KLM...

PowerSquid's Got the Power Protection!

Flexity has put a whole new spin (and look!) on one of the essential "back office" elements of personal computing -- the lowly surge protector. (Is there anything more utilitarian than that?) Yes, believe it or not, that dull black...

Get Your iPod Shuffle: In Stores Now

    It may not the product we've all been waiting for, but the new iPod shuffle is now available. Nearly half the size of the original, the new iPod shuffle is just half a cubic inch in volume, weighs...
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