This past weekend a rumor spread like wildfire about the potential features in iTunes 9 and today there are "leaked" screenshots of the application showing these features. Coincidence? We don't think so.
When the Financial Times put out a story last month
detailing a project between Apple and major record labels named
“Cocktail,” the story everyone reported was the purported release of a tablet Mac
alongside said project.
Despite all of Apple's hate with Google recently (Latitude and Voice
apps), it seems there may be a change in the future, or this is just a
lucky fluke for Tiverias, the developer of a new app that Apple
approved for the App Store - GPush.
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."
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.
Apple shocked many iPhone users this week with their decision to not allow Google's Voice application onto the App Store. It looks as though they'll have to answer to more than just users now, however.