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Rogers iPhone Flyer
Rogers may be letting slip information of its own pointing to a set date for the release of the iPhone in Canada, according to a purported photo of a Rogers Wireless flyer submitted by Andrew Regalson. The allegedly untouched image points to Apple's "revolutionary" device on January 18th as an exclusive for the carrier. Though yet to be corroborated by additional reports, the date corresponds with Apple's practice of Friday iPhone launches in both Europe and the US as well as exclusive deals. The flyer is also consistent with Rogers' advertising themes.
Tom Bihn and Solo bags
Veteran bag manufacturer Tom Bihn updated its sturdy laptop bag, the Brain Cell, while Solo has introduced a rugged backpack-style bag for 15.4" laptops, called the Urban Long Haul. The Brain Cell has been modified to include 12mm of memory foam on the bottom edge, in addition to the other layers of protection already offered by the bag - soft foam padding, corrugated plastic, and cross-linked polyethylene foam. The bag is offered in a number of colors and sizes, and comes in horizontal and vertical styles, available for $60.
Apple celebrates 10 years
The online Apple store is celebrating its 10th year in operation, having first launched the US store on November 10th, 1997. WebObjects - one of the products acquired from NeXT - formed the backbone for the store, having already been used as the infrastructure for the Dell store for almost a year prior, according to setteB.IT. Selling then-current products, such as the beige G3 towers and Mac OS 8, Steve Jobs had yet to introduce the revolutionary iMac and iPod. Despite this, the online store generated 4.4 million hits and $500,000 in its first 12 hours of operation. In May 1998, the online store allowed Apple to move $1.9 million, and sold its first million through the education store.
Sandvox by Karelia SW
Karelia Software recently updated its website creation application Sandvox to v1.2.4, introducing Leopard compatibility, as well as a number of improvements. Having recently won the runner-up of the coveted Apple Design Award, MacNN has posted a review to discover what has earned it such a prestige, and whether or not the update has improved the application. [click thru for the full review]
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