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Mix: MySpace, Bose, Cabbie, Ohio Univ.

News Corp.‘s MySpace will begin selling episodes of Fox’s “24” next week as part of a plan to “turn the popular teen website into a business rivaling Yahoo and Apple’s iTunes.”

In an article in BusinessWeek, a Bose executive hinted that the company will introduce more iPod-related accessories in the coming months. “Bose is [in the iPod business] for the long run,” said Phil Hess, director of Bose’s home entertainment division. “It’s a segment we are going to focus on.”

The BBC mistakenly interviewed a London cab driver on live television [video] about the Apple Corps. vs. Apple Computer case after confusing him with an expert on digital music.

Ohio University is the latest college to join Apple’s iTunes University program. Apple is also partnering with the university on a new “Go Mobile” discount laptop purchasing program.

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Don’t the BBC realise that London Cabbies are experts on everything!!!

Posted by Bob Levens on May 15, 2006 at 10:36 AM (CDT)


That’s cool. I live in OHIO

Posted by Jonathan Keim on May 15, 2006 at 10:44 AM (CDT)


Everyone knows London cabbies know more on any subject you care to name than anyone else alive.  Superstring theory?  London cabbie.  Quantum thermodynamics?  London cabbie.  Well done BBC.

Posted by phennphawcks on May 16, 2006 at 5:01 AM (CDT)

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