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Posted by iMark on 2006-01-12       Article Source : MacCentral

Now, every day is Saturday Night Live at the iTunes Music Store, as content from the long-running NBC sketch comedy series is now available at Apple’s online music store. Steve Jobs announced the content deal during his keynote Tuesday at Macworld Expo.
Individual SNL sketches will be sold as $2 downloads. The store also offers two $15 volumes of sketches and a $10 collection of commercial parodies. In addition, the store features “Best Of” compilations from 10 ex-cast members for

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Posted by iMark on 2006-01-12       Article Source : Reuters

Apple Computer Inc. said on Tuesday that it had introduced new computers based on Intel chips, the first to result from its move to switch from IBM PowerPC chips it had used for years.
Apple Co-Founder and Chief Executive Steve Jobs told the annual Macworld trade show here that the company's new line of iMac computers would come in the same shape and sizes as the existing G5 line of iMacs, with starting prices at $1,299.

"The new iMac

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Posted by iMark on 2006-01-11       Article Source : USA TODAY

Now it's Apple's turn.

After tech firms last week tried to out-dazzle each other at the Consumer Electronics Show with gadgets that marry the Internet, consumer technology and entertainment, Apple Computer takes center stage at its own Macworld conference in San Francisco.

Apple fiercely guards its product announcements until CEO Steve Jobs' speech.

In that address today, tech analysts who follow the company expect Jobs to unveil redesigned laptops and a new iteration of the iPod Shuffle player, and

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Posted by iNext on 2006-01-10   

No matter what Apple chooses to release, or not to release, Macworld Expo should be quite exciting for iPod owners this year.
When Apple released the iPod nano and iPod with video, the company got rid of the remote port—the small, oval-shaped slot next to the headphone jack. While it’s a change some iPod owners might not even immediately notice, it was a big deal for accessory makers as many products—especially FM tuners, transmitters, and remote controls—relied on the remote

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Posted by iNext on 2006-01-10       Article Source : MacCentral

Adobe on Monday will announce the public beta release of Lightroom, the company’s answer to Apple’s recently release Aperture. Adobe will release Lightroom as a public beta for the Macinstosh to get feedback from professional photographers before releasing the full version later this year, the company said.
“We see this as the efficient, new way for photographers to import, develop and showcase large volumes of images,” Kevin Connor, Director Digital Imaging Product Management, told Macworld.

The Lightroom beta has

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Posted by iNext on 2006-01-09       Article Source : Reuters

For the Mac faithful this time of year is a special one: The always lively annual Macworld conference that Apple Computer Inc. and co-founder Steve Jobs host in San Francisco.
Web sites concerning all things Apple abound with rumors and speculation that swirl weeks before the event and Jobs' keynote, to be delivered on Tuesday.

This time around, analysts say their money is on a revamped line of notebook PCs that is sorely needed, more deals with media companies

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Posted by iMark on 2006-01-09       Article Source : PC Magazine

LAS VEGAS--At the Digital Experience press event at CES, we learned that Digital Lifestyle Outfitters has updated one of its best iPod accessories, and it will be called the DLO HomeDock Deluxe for iPod. The original HomeDock for iPod let you dock charge your iPod, and it provided audio and video connections to your home stereo.
The included remote let you control the iPod from afar, giving you access to track skip, play/pause, and volume controls, in addition to a

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Posted by iTech on 2006-01-08       Article Source : NewsFactor

Verizon Wireless today entered the mobile-music market, joining the likes of competitor Sprint Nextel and Apple in introducing a service that will let you download music directly to your phone or straight to your PC.

The number-two U.S. wireless carrier has hooked up with Microsoft to create the V Cast Music service, which officially will launch on January 16 and run primarily over Verizon's cellular broadband network. The downloads will be based on Windows Media technology.

One Million Songs

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Posted by inet on 2006-01-07       Article Source : Reuters

The soaring iPod economy is expanding to video with the first wave of new gadgets aimed at consumers eager to watch their favorite television shows and movies on the portable devices.
A raft of companies offering accessories such as leather carrying cases and speakers have already struck gold in a lucrative secondary market dependent on Apple Computer Inc.'s ubiquitous iPods.

Now many see video fueling the next boom for a mushrooming market some analysts are pegging at a $1

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Posted by inet on 2006-01-07       Article Source : MacCentral

Micromat Inc. has introduced TechTool Protege, a new Mac OS X troubleshooting and diagnostic tool stored on a bootable 1GB Firewire-based flash drive. TechTool Protege is shipping now but will make its public debut at next week’s Macworld Expo in San Francisco. It costs $229.
TechTool Protege combines the latest version of Mac OS X, the latest release of Micromat’s TechTool Pro, and a drive utility called Disk Studio. With TechTool Protege in hand, you can boot a troubled computer,

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Posted by iNext on 2006-01-06   

Step aside, Tipper Gore. The new icon thumbing his nose at what kids are listening to these days is none other than The Who's Pete Townshend. OK, so maybe the legendary guitarist with the classic pendulum strum who rocked on about My Generation -- ummm, two generations ago -- isn't overly concerned about the lyrical content.
In a personal blog entry last week, Townshend wrote about the possibility of hearing loss due to folks streaming their iPods at high levels

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Posted by iTech on 2006-01-06       Article Source : MacCentral

Apple has posted firmware updates for its AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express wireless networking base stations. Separate updates have been published for Mac OS X and Windows hardware for each device; they are all available for download from Apple’s Web site.
The updates will bring AirPort Extreme base station firmware to version 5.7 and AirPort Express base stations to version 6.3, respectively.

The update improves reliability and resolves issues with AirTunes — the software that enables users to stream

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Posted by iMark on 2006-01-05       Article Source : NewsFactor

Entertainment giant Disney is expanding its video offerings for the iTunes platform with the addition of content from its ESPN and ABC Sports outlets as the company pushes further into the mobile-media realm.
Kicking off the latest effort are condensed versions of this year's four college BCS bowl football games from ABC Sports. Later this month, ESPN will provide content from its X Games coverage, "SportsCentury" interviews from ESPN Classic, and the amusing "This Is SportsCenter" show.


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Posted by iMark on 2006-01-04       Article Source : MacCentral

Apple has released Bluetooth Firmware Update for Mac OS X 10.4.3, intended only for certain Macs — the iMac G4, iMac G5, 12-inch and 15-inch “Titanium” PowerBook G4 and Mac mini.
The description of a 12-inch Titanium model has left some Mac users scratching their heads, however, since Apple only produced the 12-inch pro laptop model in an aluminum chassis.

The update “improves Bluetooth performance and reliability issues,” according to Apple. Apple notes that the update can be applied

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Posted by iTech on 2006-01-03       Article Source : MacCentral

Starz Entertainment Group on Tuesday introduced Vongo. a new video download service for broadband Internet users. While the service is debuting for Windows PCs and Windows Media-based portable devices, Vongo “will soon be Mac compatible (really!),” promises the Web site.

Vongo is a subscription-based service that costs $9.99 per month. For that fee, users can watch more than 1,000 movies and video selections as well as a live, streaming Starz TV channel.

Based on Windows Media technology, the service allows users

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