Pluto's in danger of insult again, as scientists decide that anything bigger than a potato should be a dwarf planet. Or something like that. We also dig into why Apple would suddenly disqualify any third-party compilers from being used to make iPhone apps. And the long-awaited iPod Nano scratch lawsuit is settled. Our national nightmare is over.
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Why Apple Changed Section 3.3.1
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Internet provider defies digital bill
Netflix Renews Agreements With Universal, Twentieth Century Fox
iPod nano class-action lawsuit settled, your $37.50 check is in the mail
PS3 Owner Refunded For Missing “Other OS”
Complicating Relationships in Media: Apple, NY Times Dealings Raise Questions
Kickers and ScienceEdit
Dwarf Planets Accumulate In Outer Solar System
Intel demos software that reads your mind
Google Earth helps unearth new human species in South Africa
A cluster of ps3’s is used to decrypt a video showing the us army in a negative light. Suddenly the feature to install other OSes disappears after the DOD pressures Sony.
Think about it! Dun dun dun!
I was doing some research on how many iPhones were sold compared to iPads when I came across this gem from CNN Money dated 2007:
Gene Munster is quite a media quoter. He predicted 500,000 units were sold the first weekend when actually 270,000 1st gen iPhones were sold. Fast forward to the iPads and he predicted 500,000 when the actual number was 300,000 (weekend numbers, not the 450,000 Jobs said at the iPhone 4 press event).
So for now on if Gene Munster is quoted as to how many Apple’s newest-thing-of-a-jig sales, he has a new math equation:
Number of units Gene Munster predicts / 2 =~ units number (The tilde is suppose to go under the equal sign to indicate an estimate)
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