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There are two chances: slim and none. Sorry, but mid-year iPod updates have become pretty rare, and last time, it was a capacity only update.
Welcome to another article by D.E.D. / P.M. / S.L. / L.I.S.P.
Yes, no, yes and definately!
The device/vendor spoof has always struck me as Palm's "Plan B". Palm pressed very hard to get the Pre and WebOS out as soon as they did, and the results are impressive. As with any project on a strict timeline, Palm certainly made some compromises. Missing sync software seems like a cutback. I wouldn't be surprised to learn that Palm began developing a different solution a while ago: to rely on iTunes alone is certainly poor planning. The real surprise has been...
Note author of article. That contrived reasoning.
The exact points that the "it's all data" crowd never seem to address.
Don't think so. Part of the settlement between Apple Inc. and Apple Corps. was that iTunes would only transfer Beatles songs to a BeatleBox. Watch this background video and the new ad.
Blu-ray is obviously ideal on a big screen. Should I also buy the same movie in another format so the kids can watch it in the car? Or might it be convenient to be able to use the same disk on a portable device?"Sorry kids, hillstones says you don't want to watch that movie on a laptop."
On June 6, in AU47*, Palm released its hotly anticipated Pre, igniting discussion boards around the internet with opinions about this latest iPhone killer. Along with the Pre, Palm also announced Palm Prefect, a new media organization application with a surprisingly robust feature set, and friendly UI. "Palm Prefect probes your PC and procures access to your precious media, promptly and precisely. It's the perfect application to manage everything on your Pre," said a...
If you remove the last 3 words from your description, it would fit my company perfectly.
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