Podcast - Weekly Roundup: Sweatshops Part Deux, a Film Coming Soon to iTunes
by , 9:00 AM EDT, August 19th, 2006
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This week's Context Machine Fodder: Apple did a PR victory lap in round 2 of the iPod sweatshop story, while a Lions Gate Executive runs his mouth about iTunes movie downloads.
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- The Context Machine Fodder
- Apple- Foxconn Violated Overtime Rules
- Trade Group Not Pleased with Apple's Foxconn Report
- Lions Gate Films Confirms iTunes Movie Plans
- Fox Preps Movie Download Service
- iPod Part of the Move Away From Multiplexes?
- Zune to Come Pre-loaded with Music Videos
- Boot Camp 1.1 Improves Hardware Support
- ConvertIt 3.0 Adds Online Definitions, More
- Logitech Announces New iPod Speaker Systems
- New High Capacity iBook Battery from NewerTech
- WiebeTech Improves Forensic Write-block Technology
- Review - iKitty
- Review - TuneDeck for iPod nano
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