If you weren't surprised enough to learn that Eric Schmidt was leaving
Apple's board of directors, then perhaps his pay will be a surprise. Over the past two years, he was hardly paid enough to make Apple a viable "job."
What with rumors of a gigantic iPod-tablet, an iPhone nano, and an 8GB
3GS, the rumor mill has strangely neglected the next version of iTunes,
which could logically be released along with a reshuffling of the iPod
Because we all know how much you want to move to jolly ol' London, but can't bare to live with the fact that you will have to get an iPhone with O2. Turns out you might be able to pack your bags by October.
It has been two years (and counting) since the first iPhone was released on June 29, 2007, but that first device sent a shockwave through the cell phone industry that is still recovering from the aftermath.
Everyone should have heard about the whole Google Voice fiasco between
Apple, AT&T, and Google from the past week, which puts Apple in a
bad light, seeing as they allow so many fart applications and other
useless apps, but go on and completely ban something useful like Google
Voice. But now Apple has done yet another move that brings even more
attention to the company - by removing over 900 apps from one developer
and banning the developer from the App Store. The developer in question
is Khalid Shaikh, founder of Perfect Acumen.