Apple TV Smokes the Competition

Apple TV is a hardware node of the iTunes platform, but it is capable of much more than its current features — Apple can extend the feature set pretty easily through updates to
the onboard software. Apple TV works with PCs and Macs transparently, taking advantage of whatever broadband connection you have — and giving it an edge over traditional VOD services and the XBox 360.

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iTunes 7.1.1 Fixes Wobble

iTunes version 7.1.1 addresses stability issues and minor compatibility problems. Must have been that wobble in one of the wheels. Some Windows Vista problems have been fixed, but not all. See my overview of iTunes version 7.1.1. features for a blow-by-blow description of cover browsing, managing multiple libraries, and using other new features of iTunes 7.1.1.

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iTunes 7: Getting Better All the Time

Apple this week released iTunes 7.1 for Mac and Windows. Besides providing support for the new Apple TV product, it now offers a new full screen Cover Flow and improved sorting options to let you decide how iTunes should sort your favorite artists, albums, and songs. Apple also released QuickTime 7.1.5 which delivers numerous bug fixes and addresses critical security issues.

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Splendid Time is Guaranteed For All

Beatles music was a turning point in the history of pop music, and its power will once again prove to be a turning point in the history of online music. Baby boomers are excited by the Beatles coming out online, and that’s why record labels should also be excited — baby boomers are the folks more likely to buy music, compared to the younger generations that are used to downloading free music.

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