Apple Pits Japanese Carriers Against One Another and Sonic on the iPod

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Apple Pits Japanese Carriers Against One Another and Sonic on the iPod


Domo Arigato Mr. iPhone-o: Steve Jobs and his band of merry iPhone creators, (Apple Inc.) are in negotiations with two Japanese mobile carriers for the iPhone. Word out of Japan is that negotiations aren't going smoothly and the carriers are balking at Apple's revenue sharing proposal.


Frag natively: Forget Cider game virtualization, UT3 for the Mac will be running natively. No one wants emulation lag when they're gunning for the JackHammer award.


Sonic the Hedgehog: If fragging isn't your cup of gaming tea, Sonic the Hedgehog was released today for the iPod. We're still waiting for Ecco the Dolphin. The game is compatible with 3rd generation iPod nano's, the iPod classic, and 5th generation iPods.


Security Update: Apple released Security Update 2007-09 for OS X 10.4.11 and 10.5.1. Apple's site states:


Security Update 2007-009 is recommended for all users and improves the security of the following components: Core Foundation, CUPS, Flash Player Plug-in, Launch Services, perl, python, Quick Look, ruby, Safari, Samba, Shockwave Plug-in, Spin Tracer.


Don't forget, back up critical data before applying any security or OS update. We warn, because we care.


iPod touch autopsy: iSuppli did a tear down analysis of the iPod touch and estimated the total cost of the device in parts is $147. We're gonna make a run to Radio Shack to build our own iPod touch. You want us to pick you up some batteries?


Flame on!: Windows XP and Vista more secure than OS X? I smell a fanboy fight brewing.


And finally: Jackson returns to the Shire.




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This past weekend, Quickbooks for Mac users had the files on their desktop deleted and the desktop itself turned into a blank simple text file upon launching the program. SCARY! Back up your files often!!!



Holy crap! When did Jackson lose like 200 lbs.??? The man looks ten years younger.

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