Apple in Talks for "All You Can Eat" iTunes, Security Updates and Developers Get Apple Golden Ticket.

Apple in Talks for "All You Can Eat" iTunes, Security Updates and Developers Get Apple Golden Ticket.

 

All you can listen to: Apple is in discussions with big music companies about a new music subscription business model that would give iPhone customers access to its entire iTunes library, the holdup, money.

 

A al carte of new Mac security updates: Apple has released new security updates that it recommends for all Apple users to improve performance and security for their Mac OS X.


Access granted:
The first developers accepted into the $99 iPhone developer’s program share a glimpse into their magical world.

 

The lost world on your mac: Macgamestore and Digital Clay Studios have released The History Channel series, Lost Worlds game for Macs, a hi-tech treasure hunt. This should keep you busy until the next installment of Indiana Jones.

 

700Mhz auction over: Who won? Only the FCC knows. Bloomberg reports that the auction brought in nearly $20 billion. The 700Mhz spectrum will be abandoned by over-the-air television in 2009. TV providers will switch to an all digital broadcasting medium at that time. The winner of the auction must agree to allow legitimate mobile devices to function on the network. Maybe we don't want 3G iPhones after all. Bring on the 4G!

 

You’ve been warned: Google is dropping the hammer on bloggers and web site owners who use it’s AdSense program in a way it believes reflects poorly on Google, so publish only nice content.

 

Apple mind tricks: A new study shows exposure to the Apple logo can motivate students to be creative. Or maybe they’ve seen one Apple commercial too many.

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