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Apple Granted its Pulitzer Prize Winning Cartoonist a Reprieve

Apple Granted its Pulitzer Prize Winning Cartoonist a Reprieve

It has been reported that on Tuesday, a NewsToons political satire application for the iPhone which was earlier rejected was now available at iTunes. This was after Apple approved its Pulitzer Prize winning inventor a stay of execution.

'Get A Mac' Campaign of Apple Might be Coming to an End

'Get A Mac' Campaign of Apple Might be Coming to an End

According to Justin Long, the actor who plays the Mac role in the 'Get A Mac' marketing campaign, who Apple has been using to beat away Microsoft for the last four years might be ending soon.

Recent Reports on iPad Review

Recent Reports on iPad Review

As the iPad is on sale for about a week now, the reality is beginning to change the prelaunch madness.

The Apple iPad 64 gigabyte, Wi-Fi version comes for $699. The same kind of device would be launched later this month by AT&T Inc.’ 3G network, which would cost $829.

Apple iPhone hacker hired by Australian iPhone app developer Mogeneration!

Ashley Towns,

After his high profile ‘stunt’ of creating the first iPhone worm in the world, 21-year-old Ashley Towns, a Wollongong TAFE student, has been hired by Australian iPhone app developer Mogeneration – a move that is being widely despised by security experts!

New iPod Nanos: Impressive features bundled in a ‘tiny package’

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The last week unveiling of the new iPod Nanos, by Apple CEO Steve Jobs in San Francisco, clearly revealed that the essentially music-centric devices have become more impressive with the addition of new features that now enable it to show movies, TV shows, and pictures!

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