In a personal apology letter DropBox CEO Drew Houston claims that a single individual accessed fewer than a hundred accounts during last Monday's breach.
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If you've been complaining to the Department of Justice about your unhappiness that the iPhone is only available on AT&T Wireless in the U.S.
CNet News.com reports that Mississippi has passed a law that will levy sale and use taxes on goods delivered electronically, including digital movies, digital audio (including music and ringtones) and digital books.
I live about 15 miles from Atlantic City and was surprised to see the iPhone land on the front page of our local newspaper this morning, and not in a good way.The AP story "Card Counting iPhone application prompts Nevada to warn casinos" is about an application called A Blackjack Card Counter (iTunes, $2) which which ruffled more than a few feathers when it debuted the App Store.
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It's insane, but we live in an economy so bad, that some are suggesting that Apple CEO Steve Jobs either a) take over GM; or b) be appointed as federal government's "car czar" (anyone else loathe that term?) overseeing the bailout of the big three automakers.
In a not-so-surprising move, Apple filed for confidentiality with the FCC on October 12, 2006 for almost everything relating to iPhone.