So you got an iPhone or an iPod Touch for Christmas. Now what? Of course, the next step is to download as many applications as you possibly can. Youâ€™re probably already trying to get your hands on various apps, but here is a list of some of the apps that will bring you a whole lot of fun to usher the New Year in. Spotify for the iPhone Spotify has already captured the . . .
For Apple lovers, everything that the company does is perfect. Even though there are some flaws in their products, there is always an excuse to overlook these flaws. When it comes to DRM and the music they sell on iTunes, it is a bit hard to overlook the restrictions that apply. With the New Year comes good news, though. Apparently, iTunes Music Store is now doing away . . .
One of the pioneers of the music file sharing business, they have been persecuted, shut down and mimicked by many and idolized by the myriad of music file sharing sites that have popped up during their brief legal wrangling, but guess what, they're back! Napster is one of the very first sites where people got free MP3's and other audio files free and fast during the hay days of . . .
For border security has benn granted the right to inspeact and check for the authenticity of all your digital files whether they be on your iPod or your laptop according to proposed border laws. Canada is beginning preparations into turning their borders not only to screen for illegal entrants to their respective countries but also as copyright checkpoints according to Yahoo . . .
The company has been trying to move into the entertainment theater for quite sometime and they have managed to flop at each and every try. Why, their Apple TV venture is still struggling to make a profit with many customers expressing their opinions with the systemâ€™s lack of competitive and interesting content. The company has been trying to push streaming video and other . . .