Need to catch up on today’s Apple news? Well, you can either fire up iTunes and download Apple’s video podcast of the event, or you can skip the endless game demos and marketing chit-chat and just peruse the links below. The executive summary? iTunes 9’s new app management, Home Sharing, and iTunes LP features are really nice, but it’s almost impossible to understand why Apple added a camera to the iPod nano and not the iPod touch, no matter what Steve says. Oh — and don’t forget the Palm Pixi!
Live from Apple’s ‘It’s only rock and roll’ event
Video: Steve Jobs returns to the Apple stage
iPod touch 3rd gen hands-on and video
iPod nano 5G with camera first hands-on!
Apple announces cheaper, more colorful iPod shuffle, new Special Edition
Apple updates iPod touch line, drops prices, adds top-end 64GB model
Apple adds video camera, larger screen to new 5G iPod nano
iPod classic bumped to 160GB, price stays the same at $249
iPhone OS 3.1 is official, available today
iPhone / iPod touch OS 3.1.1 is live!
iPod shuffle 2g is no more
iTunes 9 bringing iTunes LP functionality, ‘beautiful new look’
iTunes 9 breaks Pre media sync… what did you expect?
Video: iTunes 9 Home Sharing and iPhone app management
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I need to say that my decision to acquire a Palm Pixi with Sprint assistance was each a rational and emotional one. I suggest, the Palm Pixi is lovely and functional. And coupled with the service excellent of Sprint, it appears practically nothing short of a revolution from the making. I believe that Palm and Sprint have (virtually) hit it off famously. I did a great deal of investigation ahead of purchasing the Pixi but overlooked at least a single factor. The Pixi doesn’t, yet, permit me synchronize my e-mails in between it and Outlook. As far as I am concerned, this is a drawback I am facing unless Palm comes up having a answer rapidly. With my prior SmartPhone running a Windows OS, it was a snap to synchronize e-mails as well as other information with one’s Pc. But Pixi’s inability to try and do so is doing existence a little difficult for me mainly because I’ve to Bcc every e-mail, I send out, to my e-mail address and then manually transfer it to the ‘sent’ folder in Outlook. I hope Palm, or at very least a third-party, will come up with a option quite soon that can effortlessly allow me synchronize all my e-mails, and ideally all necessary information, in between the Pixi and my office Computer.