Wednesday, October 12, 2005

And Apple's upping the body count in the multimedia arena by making a huge push into video. Not only did they announce the much-anticipated video iPod today, but they backed it up with a new version of iTunes to provide content ($1.99 for ad-free episodes of shows, like Lost), plus a media-friendly iMac with built-in video camera and bundled remote control for videos, DVDs, and music. This is a strong push by Apple to pull iPod users to Mac computers, far more coordinated and focused than their initial step with the Mac Mini. Let's see how well it works.

Video Killed the Radio Star


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