iTunes almost reaches 10 billion song downloads!

We cannot deny the fact that Apple with iTunes has changed the way you buy music, making songs and albums available for download, day or night. Today after seven years, iTunes has almost reached 10 billion song downloads.

Apple wants to celebrate this huge milestone and wants us to help them out. In return, they are offering a 10,000$ iTunes gift card. Yep, you heard it right, a 10,000$ gift card.

To participate Click here.

Apple bans Android

By now we all are quite familiar with how much control Apple has over it’s App Store. The continuous rejection of a few apps along with a rejection of competitors apps justifies it.

Recently a developer submitted an app which had the word ‘Android’ in it. Apple rejected the app and said ” Remove the A word or remove your App”. Apple earlier even rejected Google Voice from entering into the App Store and even plans to adopt Bing as it’s default search engine for the iPhone . This rivalry between Apple and Google seems promising and could result in a lot of iPhone users to switch to the Nexus One.

Top rumored names for the iPad


Before Apple unveiled it’s Tablet, there were many rumors about what the name was going to be. Apple calls it the iPad. But let’s check out the other most popular rumored/suggested names :-

1. iSlate
2. iTablet
3. iTab
4. Apple Tablet
5. iPlate
6. Apple Newton 2.0
7. Apple Tablet PC
8. Mac Tablet
9. MacBook Tablet
10. Steve Jobs Latest Creation (ha ha)
11. The Netbook of Sauron
12. iPod Touch SuperSized

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Kodak sues Apple

Kodak, a company that manufactures digital cameras and other photography related products, filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission, alleging the Apple iPhone.

Kodak also filed lawsuits against Apple in the U.S. District Court in Rochester, claiming an infringement of patents related to digital cameras and certain computer processes. It is asking for unspecified monetary damages and a court order to end the disputed practices.