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Environmental stewardship may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Apple, but it’s certainly becoming a large part of the company’s self-perception under CEO Tim Cook’s leadership. Today, Apple announced that it will soon build two data centers in Europe to support its online services in the region and claimed that both data centers will be powered by “100 percent renewable energy.” Apple has been adding jobs feverishly in Europe, with more than 2,000 employees coming on board this year, and seems likely to add more positions when the data centers open in 2017. Apple is planning... Read more...
Credit MSI for recognizing that even diehard Windows users are prone to dancing on the dark side every once awhile, and the act of purchasing an iPhone or iPad device isn't necessarily PC heresy. With that in mind, it makes complete sense for MSI to release its free Afterburner overclocking utility for iOS devices. It's the same app as MSI's Android version, and with it you're able to remotely adjust and/or monitor MSI Afterburner settings on your Windows PC over a Wi-Fi connection. It's a neat way to monitor temps, voltages, and fan speed, and you can also overclock and even overvolt from your... Read more...
Napster unveiled its latest plan to compete in the subscription music space by offering a $5 per month service that is similar to what Zune users enjoy. Through Napster’s latest offering, you’ll enjoy a combination of on-demand music streaming and five tracks to download and keep each month. At that price, you basically buy five tracks each month (assuming you’re paying $1 per track) and get the subscription service as a bonus.   Under the terms of the new offer, users can listen to any track from Napster’s catalog of more than seven million songs as often as they like in CD quality. Users... Read more...
We all have our own personal predilections for what we like and dislike; but sometimes it's interesting to know what every else thinks. Some call this natural curiosity, while others might refer to it as trying to keep up with the Joneses. Either way, Apple hopes that allowing folks to get a gander at what the most popular downloads on iTunes have been for 2008 will prompt them to discover some new favorites and add them to their growing collections. As such, the front page of the iTunes Store (accessible via the iTunes application), now includes a link for "2008 iTunes: We've collected Our Favorites... Read more...