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I’m sick of it. Google search for “Apple Quietly”: Approximately 93,000 search results. Folks, this has got to stop. What constitutes a quiet release of anything? In my opinion, it’s putting a release on a server, not tell anyone about it, and run away whistling dixie. Instead, Apple releases something, publishes it on a webpage, [...]
Regarding the “ESRB must play every game in its entirety says proposed legislation” The ESRB should start to play fully through every game when Congress starts to read everything they sign into law. – truspector OH SNAP!
At X06 in Barcelona, Spain, Microsoft unleashed a ton of announcements and plans. It’s a genius move by them to offset all the new information concerning the Nintendo Wii and the Sony Playstation 3. I am a bit surprised (pleasantly) by some of the announcements which include: Marvel Comics MMO. Uhh.. finally???? Those of us [...]
Apple has released iTunes 7.0.1: With iTunes 7 and the new iTunes Store, preview and purchase high-quality hit movies plus new and classic games designed exclusively for the Fifth Generation iPod. Flip through your collection by album cover with Cover Flow, protect your iTunes library by backing up to CDs or DVDs, and much more. [...]
Sean Alexander is out indefinitely with a broken foot. He’s the latest athlete to fall after being placed on the cover of John Madden football. You gotta wonder if future cover football players are going to give this a second thought. This is like, what, the 7th year in a row that the player on [...]
As many of you already know, Apple has sent out cease and desist letters to a couple of websites, claiming misuse of the word “pod”. These sites are “Podcast Ready” and “myPodder”. I’ve went on the record saying that this move by Apple is a mistake and they should quit alienating the podcast community. After [...]
I apologize for the recent downtime. It seems my host, Dreamhost, is having issues again. I’m really considering looking elsewhere if these issues keep cropping up.
…. So are the Days of our Lives: “In August, SecureWorks approached Apple with a potential flaw that they felt could affect wireless drivers on Macs,” the representative said. “They did not supply us with any information to allow us to identify a specific problem, so we initiated an internal audit.” Apple Patches Wireless Drivers. [...]