Dark Side of the Moon sales are up 350% since going DRM Free. The People have spoken.

Senior vice president of digital Lauren Berkowitz has confirmed to Macworld UK that sales have been up substantially since the launch of iTunes Plus earlier last month. For example – Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” sales are up 350% since it became available DRM-Free. It that isn’t a message to the record labels, Read more…

YouTube Find: New iPhone Commercial: YouTube

Update: You can now find this ad in HD on Apple.com Thanks to macrumors for the link… Read more…

Marketcircle releases iPhoney – Simulate the iPhone web experience on your Mac

Marketcircle, the makers of Daylight Productivity Suite and Billings have released an application called iPhoney to help developers simulate the experience of using an iPhone when developing Web 2.0 applications. You can find out how the application came to be by clicking here. This free application is more for fun than anything else, but it Read more…

OSX Quicktip: Finder has built-in FTP

Apple’s latest Pro Tip is one that I wasn’t aware of until today, but it should have been obvious I suppose… You can use Finder as an FTP client. Just open Finder, then in the menu bar under “GO” select “Connect To Server…” Enter the server location, and click “Connect”… If the server is password Read more…

Switchers Perspective: Why Switch?

My name is David, and I am a recent switcher. I come from an Ubuntu Linux fan boy background. I have also been a long time Windows user. Many of my friends were not surprised when I switched from Windows to Linux, but when I told them I had gone and grabbed a Mac, they Read more…

Apple ][ used for Music Video

This is a pretty darn amazing use of an Apple ][ – take a look…. Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily Episode 73 is LIVE!

YouTube+iPhone+AppleTV and more You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your browser by using the widget which is now located in the side column of the site. Read more…

Apple.com Update – iPhone Quicktours

Apple has updated it’s official site with Quick Tours that cover all the features of the iPhone and how they work – including the YouTube application. These Quick Tours really give you an idea of how the iPhone is going to work, and remind me that – even though I’m a little miffed about the Read more…

OSX Quicktip: Check your download speed in iTunes

I download a lot of stuff from iTunes. I subscribe to more podcasts than I’ll ever be able to listen to, but I try anyway. With companies like Time Warner trying to put a cap on your download speed if you download an “excessive” (their words, not mine) amount of data, it’s important to make Read more…

What if I don’t want YouTube on my iPhone?

You remember that mysterious application that everyone was sure was on the iPhone, but no one knew just what it was? Turns out it’s YouTube. As of today, YouTube is now live on your AppleTV, a software update is available that will not only allow you to access the content of YouTube on your AppleTV, Read more…