You Can Rent iTunes TV Shows for $1 and Movies for $5

As expected, iTunes 10 has added to the TV show purchase model and is introducing rentals. It'll cost you a buck for an HD episode, and $5 to watch first-run movies in HD. Crucially, those movies will be available on the same day as their DVD counterparts. You'll have 30 days after you rented to watch, and 48 hours… » 9/01/10 2:07pm 9/01/10 2:07pm

iTunes 10 Is All About Ping, Apple's Social Network for Music

iTunes 10 is all about Ping, Apple's new music social network. Like Twitter, you can follow and be followed. You can be public about it or be private (jerk). Captain Jobs is hoping artists will be public. » 9/01/10 1:43pm 9/01/10 1:43pm