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Facebook Friend Search Functionality On Ping Removed After Facebook Blocks API Access

Facebook Friend Search Functionality On Ping Removed After Facebook Blocks API Access

Ping, Apple’s new social network for music, has already seen a lot of rave reviews. The service is part of the latest version of iTunes and lets users connect with friends and artists to share and follow music tastes.

The social networking service already has a lot of music artists signing up to connect with their followers.

Coverage Of Apple’s Special Event

Coverage Of Apple’s Special Event

Apple's special music event should be underway shortly.

Based on all the rumors and speculations, we know that Apple will unveil the next generation iPod Touch and iPod Nano.

Apple might also release the next generation Apple TV, which is based on iOS that will offer Netflix’s movie and TV shows streaming service.

Apple's special event is being held at at the Yerba Buena Centre for Arts in San Francisco.

Apple’s September 1 Media Event – News & Rumors Roundup

Apple’s September 1 Media Event – News & Rumors Roundup

Over the past few days, we have been audience to a number of rumors and speculations about Apple's upcoming product announcements.

With the Apple media event set to get underway at the Yerba Buena Center for Arts in San Francisco in less than a few hours from now, here is a recap of all the possible announcements that may be in store for us.

Apple To Unveil New Apple TV Tomorrow; Will Offer Netflix Streaming

Apple To Unveil New Apple TV Tomorrow; Will Offer Netflix Streaming

Bloomberg is reporting that according to ‘three people with knowledge of the plans’ Apple will be unveil the next generation Apple TV at the special media event tomorrow.

According to Bloomberg, the next generation Apple TV will offer Netflix – TV shows and movie streaming service.

Apple To Extend iTunes Music Preview Duration; New iPod Nano Cases Reveal Features

Apple To Extend iTunes Music Preview Duration; New iPod Nano Cases Reveal Features

CNET claims that Apple could be extending the duration of the iTunes music previews from 30 seconds to 60 seconds.

According to CNET, their sources have told them that an announcement regarding this could be made during tomorrow's media event and that the move follows complaints about the present system not offering users enough time to preview a song.

Apple May Introduce $1 Monthly TV Show Subscription, More Details Of Next Gen iPod Touch

Apple May Introduce $1 Monthly TV Show Subscription, More Details Of Next Gen iPod Touch

Bloomberg reported earlier this week that Apple was in advanced talks with media companies to announce a new TV show rental service that will allow users to rent TV shows for a 48 hour period at a price of $0.99. We are now hearing that this partnership could be a lot more attractive.

Cult of Mac reports that according to their source, the service could actually bring unlimited access to any particular TV show at a monthly cost of $0.99. 

Apple Media Event Rumors – Smaller iPod Nano, Social iTunes And More

Apple Media Event Rumors – Smaller iPod Nano, Social iTunes And More

Apple's annual media event in September has primarily revolved around the company's offerings in the music & entertainment space.

This year too appears no different as we eagerly await the unveiling of the new iPod Touch and Apple TV. Besides this, we also expect a few more announcements on products that have stayed under the radar so far.

Apple To Unveil Next Generation iPod Touch, Apple TV, 99¢ TV Shows At Media Event On September 7th?

Apple To Unveil Next Generation iPod Touch, Apple TV, 99¢ TV Shows At Media Event On September 7th?

Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is in "advanced talks" with News Corp over a new partnership that will allow iTunes users to rent TV shows for viewing over their iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. At present, users can only purchase these shows at a price of $1.99 or $2.99.

The new service will instead let these users rent the shows for a period of 48 hours at $0.99. Besides News Corp, Cupertino is also believed to be talking to CBS Corp, NBC Universal and Walt Disney Co over the new a-la carte TV show rental service.