Apple Gazette Daily 356 – Call of Duty 4, Flash for Mac, and more!

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A few thoughts on the iPhone/Verizon rumor…

A few thoughts on the iPhone/Verizon rumor...
The big rumor going around today (and MAN – isn’t AMAZING how these “insiders” always seem to come out of the wood work when news and releases are slow? You’d think they PLAN it like this or something) is that Apple is going to release a CDMA iPhone with Verizon in 2009. I’m sure Verizon Read more…

Perian Quicktime plugin releases version 1.1.1

Perian Quicktime plugin releases version 1.1.1
Perian, which is a free – open source – Quicktime plugin that enables support for additional media types, has released update 1.1.1 with the following fixes and features. *H.264 in AVI fixed *Some anamorphic AVI files are now supported *Performance problems due to PIC fixed with Xcode 3.1 *Incorrect frame skipping on H.264 intra frames Read more…

“Kroll” action game released for iPhone

At WWDC this year A developer named Digital Legends Entertainment showed us a brief sample of a “God of War” styled game called “Kroll” for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Well 3 days ago that game was released for the iPhone with little fanfare. Frankly, the thing looks amazing. Reviews (of which there are 56 Read more…

Apple’s Stock is tumbling after downgrades from Analysts

Apple's Stock is tumbling after downgrades from Analysts
Apple’s stock is feeling the pain of economic crisis that is currently threatening the U.S. economy. Today, after downgrades from two different analysts, Apple’s stock has plummeted almost $20 a share as I write this. Mike Abramsky of RBC Capital downgraded the company from “Outperform” to “Sector Peform” with a new stock target at $140 Read more…

About those AppleTV rumors…..

Rumors of the AppleTV’s demise have been greatly exaggerated over the weekend. Because of reports from retailers that the AppleTV’s advertising material was to be destroyed, a rumor has managed to seep its way through the Interwebs that the AppleTV is being replaced. It was further fueled by the fact that there is a webcast Read more…

Apple updates App Store review policy and removes “All iPhone Apps” links

Apple updates App Store review policy and removes "All iPhone Apps" links
Apple has taken a crucial step in improving the overall quality of the ratings in the iTunes App Store. Since the store opened in July users have been able to write reviews for products whether they have purchased them or not. As you can imagine, this has lead to many reviews such as “This App Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 355 – Lawsuit Dismissed, iPhone shipments cut, and more!

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Microsoft’s “TellMe” Subsidiary working on iPhone App

Microsoft's "TellMe" Subsidiary working on iPhone App
Microsoft is working on an iPhone App. Specifically the company’s “Tellme” unit. The group is actively developing a version of Tellme, which offer voice-activated search for a variety of phones, for the iPhone. The company quickly put together an alpha program for the iPhone a few weeks after the SDK was released, but they have Read more…

Apple’s “October Surprise” LEAKED – BEHOLD the “iTablitron 2000″

Apple's "October Surprise" LEAKED - BEHOLD the "iTablitron 2000"
Apple Gazette has learned from an unconfirmed source (with absolutely no credibility) what the future holds for Apple at the October 14th event. The “October Surprise” device will be an 8.5 x 11 unit with an HD display and multi-touch technology built right into the glass surface. It will be as thin as a piece Read more…