Apple confirms Sept. 9th Special Event – “Let’s Rock!”

Apple confirms Sept. 9th Special Event - "Let's Rock!"
Well, forget having to wait a few days, Apple has formally issued invitations for a special event on September 9th. The title of the event is “Let’s Rock” – and it’s happening at 10:00 am, one week from today. The event will user in the new line of iPods. This is another confirmation from Kevin Read more…

Apple and Snow Patrol team up for “Interactive Album”

Apple and Snow Patrol team up for "Interactive Album"
I’ve never heard a note of the band “Snow Patrol”, but I’ll be checking out their next album, “A Hundred Million Suns” when its released in October. The band is teaming up with Apple to release an “interactive album” for iPhone and iPod Touch. According to the band users will be able to access content Read more…

China allows iTunes back in after “Songs” censorship

China allows iTunes back in after "Songs" censorship
China has allowed its citizens access to the iTunes store again now that the album Songs for Tibet – The Art of Peace has been blocked. Any attempts by people in China to access the album will result in an error -and not just in iTunes. You can’t get the tracks from Amazon or YouTube Read more…

September 9th rumored as Apple “Special Event” day

September 9th rumored as Apple "Special Event" day
Kevin Rose did more talking about Apple this weekend on the latest episode of Leo Laporte’s popular “This Week in Tech” podcast. In the episode he discussed the video that he released on his blog this weekend, and gave even more details about the upcoming Apple Special Event. He reveals that according to his sources Read more…

Digg founder reveals new iPod Nano and “confirms” major rumors

Digg founder reveals new iPod Nano and "confirms" major rumors
Digg and Revision 3 found Kevin Rose made a splash on the Internet this weekend with new rumors about Apple’s next refresh of the iPod line-up. We’ve all discussed how Apple has made a habit of hosting a special event in September to announce the fall iPod line-up, but Kevin comes in with some very Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 331 – China bans iTunes, Apple offers to replace iPod Nano batteries and more!

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China blocks iTunes due to Tibet protest songs

China blocks iTunes due to Tibet protest songs
The Chinese government has decided to block access to iTunes after discovering that Olympic Athletes have been downloading and album called “Songs for Tibet”. The album features tracks by artists like Moby, Sting, and Suzanne Vega, and serves as a form of protest against China’s 1950 invasion of Tibet, and its continuing rule there. The Read more…

Movies make their way to the iTunes Australia & New Zealand Stores

Movies make their way to the iTunes Australia & New Zealand Stores
Apple issued a press release this morning announcing that movies from major film studios including 20th Century Fox, The Walt Disney Studios, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros. Entertainment, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. (MGM), Sony Pictures Television International and Lionsgate are now available on the iTunes Store in Australia and New Zealand. There are over 700 titles to Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 318 – iTunes update, Psystar Lawyers up, and more!

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Disney announces over 5 million movies sold via iTunes

Disney announces over 5 million movies sold via iTunes
Disney is doing pretty well when it comes to movie sales in iTunes. During a conference call for the company’s Q3 results, Disney president Bob Iger announced that since agreeing to sell movies through iTunes, the company has sold over five million titles. He also wanted to point out that some of the agreements were Read more…