US District Judge Lucy Koh has ordered Apple CEO Tim Cook to give a deposition in a lawsuit which alleges that technology companies–including Apple–violated antitrust laws by signing an agreement to refrain from recruiting each other’s employees.
iPhone and iPad users commonly complain about the inability to use Flash on their devices. Finally it seems there may be a work around to allow Adobe Flash files on the Apple iOS. Adobe has just released the application titled Wallaby that will convert Flash files into HTML5 format. Wallaby
Apple added iPhone ringtones to iTunes late last year, but only if you purchased them. After struggling against users for some time, Apple finally started allowing non-DRM'd ringtones in iTunes. This decision spawned quite a few solutions for creating ringtones from songs that you already have. One of the lesser known methods is using iTunes itself. The method is a bit tedious the first time through, but CNET's Bryan Thomas has come to the rescue with this nice step-by-step video.
For everyone waiting for iTunes to become more like Rhapsody or Last.fm, don’t hold your breath. The rumor that Apple may announce a much-awaited music subscription service at their invitation-only “Lets Rock” September 9th press event appears to be just that, a rumor.