Pending Apple v. Nokia Touchscreen War, From iTunes to Netflix: NBC’s First Post-Break Move, Leopard Love, Leopard Hate & More

Pending Apple v. Nokia Touchscreen War, From iTunes to Netflix: NBC’s First Post-Break Move, Leopard Love, Leopard Hate & More

 

Suits & Rumors of Suits: Funny, we just saw this s60 thing and no sooner than you can say Sue Me some word from analyst Richard Windsor that he fully expects Apple to protect its stake. No? Really? And could it be that AT&T is angry with Apple? Noooo, say it ain’t so.

 

Life Post-iTunes: The curious NBC-Apple dust up seems to finally have resolved itself with the network heading off toward the apparently greener pastures of Netflix. Not sure how they’re making the green since NBC.com is streaming stuff for free and Hulu and now Netflix are sort of doing the same but maybe that’s why they make the big bucks and we just write about it.

 

Leopard Love-Hate: First they hate you, then they love you. Ah, Leopard and the sling and arrows of outrageous fortune. And then this: Mac OS X could soon run Windows apps without Windows? Things are looking up.

 

Apple Patent Filing: For a mini optical disc adaptor patent? Oh man…what glorious thing could this foretell?

 

And finally: Steve Jobs as Marc Jacobs minus the heroin? Apparently.

 

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Ditch the Sony ads, they're completely annoying. If you must have annoying ads, at least make them relevant to Mac users.

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I agree with the comment about the ads. It's cheesy and it doesn't happen at Macworld or any number of other Mac related sites I frequent. Like screaming car salesmen on the AM/FM radio helped sell satellite radios, when will marketers learn that annoying people doesn't sell things. At least not to anyone I know.

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Please get these annoying Sony VAIO ads off the screen. Why are those ads even on there if this is a Mac site!?

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Eric Crist

I think it's funny that there are Windows Vista/Sony Vaio ads on the Mac|Life site...

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