A large majority of users are now on the company's most current version of iOS, says CFO Peter Oppenheimer.
You also get a free 200MB data plan for the first month. After that, service will run you at least $9.99 -- but the good news is there's no contract.
Sony says an "employee error" was the cause of a price hike on Whitney Houston music following her death. Yeah? Then why hasn't Sony issued refunds?
This week we start by discussing the big car bomb scare in Times Square, and how in our purportedly surveillance-heavy society -- from the middle of Times Square, the "Crossroads of the World," we only have one fuzzy image of the a guy changing his shirt to go on.
This week we start by discussing the big car bomb scare in Times Square, and how our purportedly high-tech surveillance-heavy society isn't as high-tech as TV shows like 24 would have us believe. Plus, how to turn your WiFi version of the iPad into a 3G version.
The new Smilers app takes your photos and turns them into stamps, sent to you in sheets of 10 or 20 with a range of themes. Don't worry royalists -- the Queen's head is safe.
Hulu's coming Wednesday! Ars Technica says it's lame. Beatles on iTunes! Michael Jackson says no. Sprint's superfast data for HTC Mogul only. Get the picture?
Netflix's community features are what sets them apart from other movie services and have made them a serious presence over the summer.
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