Because it was invented some time in the 1940s.
AllThingsD says Apple won't announce new Apple TV hardware next week but will introduce new software, like being able to play TV shows or movies you bought on iTunes on a friend's Apple TV via AirPlay.
Steve Wozniak just sent me this hilarious screenshot, from the wife of one of his friends. It's from the Genius Recommendations in the movie section of the iTunes Store: If you bought the PBS documentary Steve Jobs: One Last Thing you will like Hitler: A Career.
Unlike Amazon.com, which is both ugly and hard to use, the iTunes Store is only the latter. Behind all that Apple sheen is a hellish shopping labyrinth—but a makeover might be coming soon.
Even though the iTunes app and the Contacts app are two things the iPhone does fairly well already, Apple's patenting a tile-based view for both. Though, it's just as likely they grab the patent but don't implement this feature. [Patently Apple]
Just hours after we wrote about Tits & Boobies and Pussy Lovers, Apple removed the apps, and called the developer. Basically, if he wants to publish Tits & Boobies, he has to put real tits in it. Here's what happened:
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First shown at WWDC, the free app can extend reservations, browse available models, and find your car—on a map, or by honking the horn remotely. It's a polished effort, but you still can't forget your Zipcard. Here's why:
Here you have another proof that demonstrates why Apple's iTunes App store approval process is screwed: theXchange, a new iPhone application to put people in contact to have sex, photos included. As you can imagine, the content gets extremely strong.
Apple will sell 1 Billion iPhone/touch apps this Friday. Or at least, that is what they think. We saw how their web site will look on Friday 24, including their lists of all-time top apps:
Stop being an ass and don't pirate songs and movies. Pirate money and get legal material! Chinese hackers have cracked the algorithm that generates the iTunes Store gift cards: You can get $200 for $2.60.
Apple might be sailing skippy amidst the flood of financial doom, but it doesn't mean they aren't sensitive to the shrinking disposable income of their customers. Or you know, they just want to take the movie store metaphor a bit further. Either way, the iTunes Store now has a bargain bin for movies—a weekly selection…
Freedom isn't free, my friends, so sooner or later you knew that you'd be paying for iTunes. In iTunes 8, Apple has disabled the option to turn off those little arrow links that point your music tracks to the iTunes Store. Upon upgrading, one of our readers suddenly found himself inundated with arrows, lost in a sea…
NBC has a newfound respect for Steve Jobs and Apple, and Jobs himself has spoken about mending the fence with NBC. But do a few kind words really substantiate rumors that NBC will bring their shows back to iTunes? While we don't think a future reunion is far-fetched, there's nothing in either interview that supports…
It's official: Record company EMI announced that it will offer digital rights management (DRM)-free downloads of its entire digital repertoire, and added that Apple's iTunes store will be the first to sell them. However, the Beatles' music won't be a part of this deal just yet, but EMI Group CEO Eric Nicoli…