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Rotten Apple: iTunes 11 Latest Cutbacks

Sure, Apple seems like it is always getting better and more streamlined, but what about the other side of the story? We're here to inform you what is really going on behind all the glamour of Apple and some noteworthy...

Bria VoIP Softphone now available on iTunes

CounterPath's Bria 3, a VoIP softphone app is now available for purchase on iTunes. Bria 3 is a softphone that enables you make voice and video calls from your Mac or PC. The ability to make this software purchase directly...

iOS 5.0.1 for iPhones & iPads Released! Battery life Fixed?

Apple appears to be rolling out 5.01, which includes some bug fixes and purportedly a fix for the battery problems.Here's what you'll see in iTunes if you check for updates:iOS 5.0.1 Software UpdateThis update contains improvements and other bug fixes...

The Apple Downgrade Kills HP

We all know about the S&P downgrade caused by the rating agency's view of U.S.'s debt and debt ceiling. S&P saw the writing on the wall that U.S. is on the road to insolvency and default on the debt. Well,...

Vonage Time to Call iPhone App Makes Cheap International Calls

Vonage today launched Time to Call for the iPhone, a new mobile VoIP app that aims to deliver low-cost international calling. Vonage claims Time to Call is the first downloadable app that allows pay-per-call international dialing to more than 190...

CounterPath Partner Program for ITSPs Aims to Simplify Mobile VoIP Deployments

Tomorrow, CounterPath Corporation will announce their ITSP Partner Program for mobile softphones. Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSPs) will now be able to certify their service with CounterPath's Bria iPhone Edition Softphone and an added benefit is simplified provisioning for...

iTunes Outage Problems

Apple iTunes is experiencing some severe outage problems today. I was trying to install Truphone and Skype on a coworker's iPhone when I noticed I couldn't search the App Store on his iPhone. Rich Tehrani also tried installing a gaming...

Skype for iPhone 1.1 Update

Late last night I saw an update notifications on my iPhone 3GS for Skype. New version? Sweet! I updated it and checked out the release notes for Skype 1.1 for the iPhone and iPod touch. It sports some new languages...

Apple, Nokia, RIM, Samsung, & others settle on micro-USB phone charger standard

One phone charger for all? There can be only one! According to Reuters, telecom firms have backed standard phone charger in Europe. No, hell hasn't frozen over. Yes, you will finally be able to use a single charger that...

Skype for iPhone Blocked in Canada

I learned that the Skype for iPhone app is unavailable to our Canadian friends across the border in the Apple iTunes App Store. I contacted Skype for comment and their representative told me, "There are some patent-licensing issues which prevent...

Belkin GoStudio Turns iPod into Recording Studio!

Now you can turn your iPod into your own mini, hand-sized recording studio with Belkin's GoStudio.  It can record stereo audo directly to an iPod Classic, Nano or Video with its two built-in microphones, a mono speaker and four...

Fab Four Heading to Rock Band; Can iTunes Be Far Behind?

In an auspicious time for the music business, we may have the first big hint that the Beatles may finally be on the way to Apple's iTunes.That's a big leap of faith but hear me out: The Beatles' label Apple...

NuTsie Streaming iTunes to Your Phone

Regional mobile carrier Alltel has launched NuTsie, a service that allows users of almost a dozen of the company's handsets to stream certain titles from their PC's iTunes collection to their cell phones. This makes the operator the first U.S....

Can't I Tether Up My iPhone ...?

Tethering is a feature that allows you to use your mobile smartphone as modem to connect to the Internet or corporate LAN over your carrier's cell phone network. Unfortunately, Apple has not integrated tethering into the iPhone -- both the...

Touch-Screen BlackBerry Coming!?

According to reports in today's Wall Street Journal and on CNBC, pesky Research In Motion (RIM) plans to introduce a touch-screen version of its BlackBerry to thwart the challenge posed by the popularity of Apple's iPhone. (And no wonder...

CNET's Tech Tips Can't Be Beat

So many tech sites and so little time! With that in mind, I've always found CNET to be very useful, especially for its handy Tips & Tricks. In fact, it's usually my first stop when I've got to figure...

Zune To Come with Copyright 'Cop'?

Now we know some (at least) of the reason that NBC pulled its TV shows, etc., out of iTunes and threw its lot in with Zune -- pricing and copyright protection. In a nutshell, NBC doesn't want to price...

DRM-Free MP3 songs - You're joking, right?

Amazon.com today announced it will launch a digital music store later this year offering millions of songs in the DRM-free MP3 format from more than 12,000 record labels. According to Amazon, every song and album in the Amazon.com digital music...

iTunes streaming to mobile phone using Slingbox and Apple TV

Apple TV has become the ultimate hacker magnet allowing users to use the Apple TV in ways Apple hadn't intended. As discussed recently, Apple TV was hacked to allow Asterisk, the open-source IP-PBX to run on it. Check out the...

Jobs, DRM and the Record Labels: It's a Finger-Pointing Festival!

Of course we're excited about Steve Jobs saying that he'd love to offer all of us free music on iTunes, but the record labels have his hands tied with their DRM schemes. (All kinds of reports on that here and here.)...

Wal-Mart Does the iTunes Shuffle

Not too surprised, but happy to hear about the big boy of retailing, Wal-Mart, extend its reach into our homes by now offering video downloads of movies and TV shows through a partnership with all six of the major Hollywood studios (20th Century...

Apple vs. Apple: All You Need Is Love

Just in time for Valentine's Day, Apple Inc. (aka Apple Computer) and Apple Corp. (aka The Beatles) have worked out their long, long, long dispute about who owns the Apple trademark. Now a glimpse of the details of the deal can...

Is the Wii the Center of the Media Universe?

How about this for irony -- a simple hack enables Nintendo's Wii to access a computer's  media collection, with the Wii remote (you know, the one with the strap problem) then being used to view photos and browse iTunes playlists on a TV. ...

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...

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...
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