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March 31, 2008

When was iwasthere for iTunes?

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45 million iTunes clients by 2009

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Piper Jaffrey analyst Munster is all pumped up about the market size for iPhone. Latest report lays out about eye-popping iPhone projections.

Excerpts from Fortune blog post

  • By introducing a 3G iPhone within the next 3 to 6 months
  • By offering a family of 2 to 3 iPhones ? including lower-priced models selling for $200 to $300 ? by Jan 2009 at the latest
  • By entering new countries, effectively doubling the addressable market every year for the next two years.
  • By adding new features, such as games (Tiger Woods Golf, played by swinging the iPhone?) and remote purchases (Starbucks lattes without the wait?) starting in June.

Amazing numbers come from China, India, Mexico and Japan. iPhone is on a roll here.

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March 28, 2008

iTunes catching up as education delivery platform

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March 27, 2008

Song of the Day: Whenever I Say Your Name by Sting

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The song "Whenever I Say Your Name" on Sting's latest album, Sacred Love, is probably the most beautiful song he's written in recent years. It screams out of soul and excellent melodies, with mind blowing key changes that are becoming the definite trademark of Sting. While the album is of the Rock genre, this particular song fits under R&B, and should be considered among some of the best R&B songs ever written. I'm not a huge R&B fan, but this one's definitely got me hooked. R (Rock)

 
 

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