iTunes Match Now Available for Developers [VIDEO]

itunes matchApple announced iTunes Match at WWDC 11. iTunes Match is a new service stores your complete music library in iCloud, allowing you to enjoy your collection anywhere, anytime, on any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or computer. Apple will be offering the service later this year for a fee of $25/year, but the developer preview version has been released today. Read More

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EA Releases Free Version of TETRIS

tetrisEA, the company we all love so much for bringing us such wonderful video games, also is bringing great apps to our mobile phones. For some time they have had a paid version of the game TETRIS. For those of you who are like me and don’t really like apps that have a price tag included, you’re going to love EA’s latest release for Android phones. EA has released an ad-supported version of their insanely popular TETRIS game called TETRIS free. Read More

Here’s Steve Jobs’ Calendar [HUMOR]

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Now that Steve Jobs has resigned from Apple as CEO, TheJoyofTech gives us a close humorous look at Steve Jobs’ calendar. All it’s got is to keep a close eye on Tim Cook (new Apple CEO), and still run the company as efficiently as ever.

Best line – “Call Woz, and ask him how can he handle being away from Apple.”

Oh Steve, Why Did You Leave the Job And What Will Apple ‘Cook’ In The Future?

steve jobsIt’s hard to imagine Apple without Steve Jobs. Steve was the soul of the company, and converted it from just two people in a garage to the world’s most valuable tech company.

He’s going to go down in history as the most important technical leader we’ve ever seen in our lifetime, at least,” Wozniak said of Jobs in an interview with Bloomberg. “He thinks very much about getting technology out of the picture. From the very start until today, it’s about how you make something seem like it’s not a piece of technology in the way that you don’t have to learn all these geeky, techie steps to get something done.” Read More

Apple Seeds OS X Lion 10.7.2, iCloud Beta 9 and iPhoto Beta 3 to Developers

mac os x updateApple has just released a new version of OS X Lion 10.7.2, an update to iCloud for Mac beta 9 and an update to iPhoto beta 3 to developers. The downloads are available via the Apple’s Developer website. The iCloud update for Lion integrates the various iCloud for web feature with the Lion App, and provide better syncing capabilities. Read More