Hot of the presses and live on stage from Moscone Center, Steve Jobs just announced iPhone Ringtones will be available for download via iTunes, in an updated release rolling out later tonight.
[update] According to his Steveness, ringtones will cost $.99, in addition to the price of downloaded tracks. Uh, so that means I have to buy the song and pay another buck to get the ringtone? Not liking that arrangement.
01 September 2015 5By Rich StevensEd: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: The iPhone Spice Must Flow
31 August 2015 1By Joseph KellerApple and Cisco have announced a new partnership focused on enterprise customers. The two companies will work together to help Apple's devices work on Cisco's networks better than they ever have.
28 August 2015 5By Joseph KellerApple has joined a new program from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop high-tech sensors and wearables for the military. The sensors would be designed to be worn by soldiers, but could also find their way on to ships and aircraft.
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