Mix: Summer school, Peas, Camera Connector, iStudio | iLounge News


Mix: Summer school, Peas, Camera Connector, iStudio

A school in southern England is giving away iPods to teenagers if they complete summer courses aimed at helping them find jobs.

The iTunes Music Store is charging a $2 premium for a special edition version of the Black Eyed Peas new album, Monkey Business, which includes three music videos and a digital booklet.

Phillip Torrone of Make magazine has posted an article detailing his attempts at getting various USB devices to connect to his iPod using Apple’s iPod Camera Connector.

The Tribeca Grand Hotel has announced the iStudio, a premium room filled with Apple gear, including a Power Mac G5, iSights, Wi-Fi, an iPod and Bose Sound Dock, and more. [via Engadget]

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Best Buy has the new Black Eyed Peas and Coldplay albums for $9.99 this week.  Why in the world would someone pay more money to download an inferior version off of the itunes music store?  It has DRM limiting what you can do with the album you paid for and doesn’t sound near as good as a cd.  I’ll continue to occasionally buy a single from the itms when my girlfriend wants it, but buying whole albums doesn’t make sense.  You shouldn’t have to pay more to get an inferior product.

Posted by wickerbill on June 9, 2005 at 10:40 AM (CDT)


Actually, Circuit City has the new Black Eyed Peas CD for $8.99, making the difference in price even greater.

Posted by GadgetGuru72 on June 9, 2005 at 11:16 AM (CDT)

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