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Podcast 103 - is cheaper better?
Welcome to another episode of the Coolsmartphone Podcast, joining me this week were John and Khellan.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Readdle celebrates its 7th Birthday with up to 70% Sale
Readdle, a leading iOS app developer, celebrates its 7th birthday with a huge sale.
Apple's multi-terabit, $100M CDN is live-with paid connection to Comcast
Apple's long-rumored content delivery network has gone live in the US and Europe, delivering traffic directly to Comcast and other Internet service providers thanks to paid interconnection deals, Frost & Sullivan analyst Dan Rayburn reported today .
The iPhone 6: No Need To Reinvent The Wheel
Apple can leverage its cash haul and capital return program to automatically generate EPS growth -- without a revolutionary iPhone 6 launch.
Cult of Mac Blog
How Apple's smart music tech could push you harder in workouts
If you're a runner or a gym user, chances are that at some point you've put together a workout playlist of some sort, full of the kind of Rocky -esque power ballads you want entering your ears and coursing through your veins as you strive toward physical perfection.
Shazam Brings Always-On Music and TV Recognition to Mac With Free Menu Bar App
Music recognition service Shazam , which was one of the early App Store hits and has continued to see good success on mobile platforms, is now bringing its services to the desktop in the form of the first music, TV show, and ad recognition app for Mac.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Xilisoft iPhone Magic 5.6.2 Build 20140521
Xilisoft iPhone Magic is a feature-rich software application that you can use to transfer files between iPhones and computers.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
K Alliance Releases New iPad App for iOS 7
K Alliance today released its first course, Excel 2010 Basic, on iTunes. With this launch, K Alliance has now enabled Apple users to benefit from their select IT and desktop applications training courses from their mobile device.
International Business Times
Apple Acquires Swell for $30M for ITunes with Samsung on Hiring...
For 30 million dollars, Apple bought Swell. Analysts expect Apple to shut down the app although the Swell team will move on to Itunes radio and Beats' streaming audio options for enhanced services.
Sirius XM: Comparing Apples To Oranges
As of late there has been a lot of noise circulating Sirius XM and how "competitors" are going to steal significant market share.
The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)
iPhone 101: How to request a refund from the App Store for mistaken purchases
We've all done it -- you are browsing through the App Store and inadvertently purchase an app that you really didn't intend to buy.
Apple TV adds Fox Now, CNBC and more
Apple TV has gained a jolt of new content this morning, with an update for the set-top box bringing four new sources including FOX NOW.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Cult of Mac Blog
Europe says yes to Apple's $3 billion acquisition of Beats
The European Commission today gave its approval to Apple's $3 billion takeover of Beats Electronics and Beats Music.
Silicon Alley Insider
10 Things In Tech You Need To Know This Morning
The app will be shut down. Swell created personalized listening streams. Swell's team could be used to augment iTunes Radio and Beats' streaming audio options.
Apple Close to Acquiring Radio Streaming Service Swell for $30 Million
Apple is close to acquiring talk radio curation service Swell for about $30 million, reports Re/code .
Sun Jul 27, 2014
The Motley Fool
Is Apple Really a Threat to Sirius XM?
Apple is a powerful company with a lot of customers and a lot of money to spend.
This week in Pop Music: Performers for iTunes Festival, Hilary Duff,...
This week in Pop Music: Maroon 5 and Sam Smith will perform at 2014's iTunes Festival, Hilary Duff is set to release a new single and a new album, Pharrell Williams' has Miley Cyrus in a new music video, and Nick Jonas' has a new single called "Chains."
The New Zealand Herald
Apple Watch: Cook's books - some numbers for you
First of all - this one: I'm nearly up to 500 Apple Watch posts, but I'm not going to make it to 500.
Apple snaps up BookLamp to boost its ebook offerings
Over the weekend news has broken about another Apple acquisition, this time involving ebooks.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
The Daily Beast and Instrument Partner to Launch "Read This. Skip ...
Now available in the App Store on iTunes , the app is built for The Daily Beast's mobile readers, now the majority of its 17M+ monthly audience.