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Gameloft’s Zombie Infection On Sale For $0.99

I remember debating on whether to buy Gameloft’s Zombie Infection when it was first released back in May. I’m very glad that I decided not to because today the game went on sale for only $0.99, and this bargain is not going to last! In the game, you find yourself

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iTunes Music Store Reaches 10 Billion Downloads

Apple announced today that the iTunes Store reached 10 billion music downloads since it first opened in 2003. This also means they are ending their "Countdown to 10 Billion Songs" promotion. They haven't announced a winner yet, but that lucky person can expect a $10,000 iTunes Store gift card. On their main page, they have a graph showing the growth of the iTunes Music Store starting at it's launch on April 23,2003 to the present.

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Apple Says The App Store Doesn’t Make Them Money

With the massive popularity of the App Store and the large revenue generated from app sales, many people (including us) assumed that Apple was raking in the cash from the 30% they deduct from the sale of each app. However, Apple said yesterday during their Q1 conference call that that's not the case.

"Regarding the App Store and the iTunes Store, we're running those a bit over break-even, and that hasn't changed," Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer said. "We're very excited to be providing our developers with just a fabulous opportunity, and we think that's helping us a lot with the iPhone and the iPod touch platforms."

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iPhone Basics: Download Movies & TV Shows Right On Your iPhone

You know that iTunes app on your home screen? Some people completely ignore it while others sometimes use it to download music and podcasts. What you might have forgotten though is that you can actually rent and download movies, TV shows, and music videos over the air, right from your iPhone.

Yes, this is definitely a "no duh" for some of you, but I'm betting that quite a few of you totally forgot about this feature. And while I tend to agree with David Lynch about watching movies on your iPhone, it'll certainly do in a pinch.

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OS 3.0 For iPod Touch Download Page Found In iTunes Store

A download page for OS 3.0 for the iPod touch has been discovered in iTunes. The page is not yet functional, but does appear to complete the transaction and prompt the user to connect their iPod touch to iTunes, after which it says OS 2.2.1 is still the current version, and cancels the download. Screenshots after the break.

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Apple Support Trainees Confirm iTunes Video Downloads Directly To iPhone in 3.0?

AppleInsider says "people familiar with Apple's training program" tell them that new self-guided training materials are being distributed to AppleCare agents teaching them about the features in iPhone OS 3.0, and they "definitely covered" the direct downloading of movies and TV shows to the device itself.

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Screenshots Of Video Store For iPhone Found

Screenshots have been found that show video downloads in the Mobile iTunes store on the iPhone, which would theoretically let you purchase a TV episode or movie and download it right on your iPhone. AllThingsD has also uncovered actual links to a currently not-opperational skeleton store, which suggests that it's for real (access to both URLs found has already been disabled). It's widely suspected to be WiFi-only. Images after the break.

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Apple Now Offering Television Shows in Australian iTunes Store

Over in the land down under, Apple's Australian iTunes Store has just begun to offer television programming for sale. The online location is offering a standard price of $2.99 AUS per episode, although no season passes seem to be available as of this writing as of now.

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Apple Now Offering Television Shows in Australian iTunes Store

Over in the land down under, Apple's Australian iTunes Store has just begun to offer television programming for sale. The online location is offering a standard price of $2.99 AUS per episode, although no season passes seem to be available as of this writing as of now.

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