MobileMe subscribers have been receiving an email that says they are retiring the old and tired .Mac hompage. Users were sent the following email:
For those of us who know all about music passes and have longed for such a service in iTunes, the beginning has just begun. EMI has a launched a short-term subscription service that allows continuous content to be downloaded from Depeche Mode until June 16th 2009. Apple has named this service "iTunes Pass" allowing its subscribers to get regular downloads of those they get a pass from.
AT&T has begun offering WiFi again at Starbucks for customers of the iPhone. Included in our 70-plus dollar per month subscription, used to be WiFi at Starbucks and now they have brought it back for us to enjoy. Apple also offers its subscribers free WiFi at airports, hotels, restaurants, bookstores and more, but the one thing they really need is a tethering plan. We iPhone connoisseurs pay enough to have the highly desired device. Why is it we cannot get a simple tethering app to allows us to use the data we pay for? Almost every smart phone currently offers an app which allows a laptop to connect with ease. Anyway, it is good to see us get back some WiFi coverage and hopefully Apple along with AT&T hear our pleas.Read More
In attempt to continue to alienate its customers and make consumers hate them more, Comcast is trying to appeal the FCC’s decision about how it discriminates people who use their service. Comcast has not admitted wholly to such practices, but it has been found to throttle down its users who use too much of what they pay for.