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What was the inspiration behind Apple’s extremely popular iPod? It appears the original idea didn’t come from Apple, and in fact,Â British inventor, Kane Kramer, invented the device in 1979, at the age of 23.Â
Apple typically releases new products and refreshes their current line on Tuesday. Today users across the globe that tried to access the online Apple store were greeted with the typical “We’ll be back soon” message.
Apple’s Let’s Rock event will be held on tomorrow Tuesday, September 9th 2008, so it should come as no surprise that we are seeing “leaked photos” of the updated iPod nano making an appearance.
“The world’s #1 online music store just got a little more epic”, is the message that greeted WOW gamers as when they logged onto the extremely popular MMORPG. Blizzard and Apple iTunes have hooked to offer six soundtrack albums to the online iTunes music store.
U.S. Political conventions 2008 featured on iTunes; John McCain, Sarah Palin, Barack Obama, Joe Biden
If you haven’t had your fill of the massive overload of information swirling around the upcoming presidential election, you can log onto iTunes for a recap of the events. The conventions are the hot topic of many on talk radio, television channels, as well as political bloggers.
What does A Walk To Remember and Walk To Cure have in common? They both are charity events that were held for Alzheimer and cancer. Apple iTunes has recently stepped up to the plate for another worthy cause, Stand up to Cancer.
Much like the pesky fly that keeps buzzing around and no amount of swatting will make it go away so is the annoying bug that is still buzzing around in the iTunes. Although iTunes has received a few updates since it first made an appearance within an update the bug hasn’t been stamped out.
Recently, Blizzard announced that it would be releasing pre-Wrath of the Lich King patch to WOW subscribers. Naturally, this triggered a lot of excitement from WOW gamers who’ve been breathlessly awaiting the much anticipated release.
I’m sure many of us know someone in the military that has been called over to Iraq. Some of us might also know a few that bring along their tech devices like Xbox 360’s, computers, and iPods. How many of you know that iPods are used to assist soldiers in the line of duty? VCommunicator Mobile is filling that role for troops in the Middle East.