There are days when you flip on your television or log on to the web and raise your eyebrows: Who is this person, and what did they do to pave their way into the spotlight? Behold 2010′s most fleeting celebrities.
Between the arrival of the new iPhone 4 and the debut of the ingenious iPad, Apple exceeded its calendar of avant-garde expectations.
Wednesday’s links are sexy, sugar-addled and shocked.
John & Paul & George & Ringo … & Steve?
At long last, Apple is said to have reached a deal with record label EMI to bring The Beatles catalog to iTunes for the first time. The announcement is rumored to come during tomorrow’s Apple event. Head over to Techland for details.
In what was pretty much a fait accompli from Apple to the record companies Tuesday, the firm has announced that longer song samples are to be offered to users in the U.S. for tracks over 2 minutes and 30 seconds.
Calling all roosters. Europeans’ faith in machines was tested today, as the iPhone 4 apparently failed to wake many of them up in time for work.
Those looking to purchase a white iPhone 4 will have even longer to wait. Apple has delayed the release of the device until spring 2011 due to manufacturing difficulties. Originally, the white version was expected to become …
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Don’t mention the iPad! (NewsFeed mentioned it once but we think we got away with it!)
Perk up your midday slump with Lady Gaga, South Park and a $2 million bra.
“I just couldn’t help dropping by for our first $20 billion quarter,” Apple CEO Steve Jobs boasted as he participated in his company’s earnings call last night. It was a rare appearance for Jobs, but a fruitful one — he used …