Apple used to delete music from people's iPods without telling them, if that music was downloaded from services other than iTunes, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Though it is deliciously tempting to embrace a French proverb as luscious as “Il est impossible de trope de luxe” (It is impossible to overdo luxury), a quick survey of real estate marketing these days might persuade you otherwise. The words luxury, luxurious and the hipper “luxe” have become as common as the words “For Sale” on signs, regardless of a condo or loft’s actual attributes. And in what’s increasingly becoming the buyer’s market of 2008, developers are being forced to come up with substantial specs to back up their exuberant claims of luxury living. Enter “technomenities,” pre-wired A/V and smart-home applications
CORY Home Delivery Service announced this week that it has opened a new corporate headquarters in Secaucus, N.J., across the Hudson River from New York City. The company, which includes electronics and appliances retailers among its top clients, had been headquartered in nearby Jersey City since 1975. On the occasion of the move, CORY recently held an open house event that included a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the mayor of Secaucus and several members of the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce. “We will miss the wonderful times we had in Jersey City,” the company’s CEO, Joseph Cory, said as part of the company’s
Warehouse Distributors takes an Intrepid approach to mobile electronics By Brett Solomon The U.S.S. Intrepid was commissioned in 1943 and Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1986. It sailed the Four Corners of the world; took part in the largest naval engagement in history; served as a prime recovery vessel for NASA; and completed three tours of duty during the Vietnam Conflict. Now a museum, the Intrepid is also available for tours or group events, and bills itself as "the largest outdoor party space in Manhattan." Part patriotism, part promotion: A gathering of mobile electronics dealers and vendors held onboard a famous retired aircraft