IT Business Elsewhere: iPod politics

Honestly, I’m cheating on you

Maybe you met someone at Maybe they said they were married but they’re really not. Kinda takes all the

fun out of it, doesn’t it? Check them out on, where you’ll find out if they’re really hitched or not.

iPod vs. iPod

It’s got all the makings of thriller: two former friends and one business idea. — iPod accessories.
Says the story: “”‘In the beginning it was brutal,’ said a friend of one of the partners, who asked not to be identified. ‘The only reason they got up in the morning was to put each other out of business.’””

Remember when phones were fun and clunky?

Nokia, meet Pokia. Pokia’s an old-fashioned handset from a rotary phone that plugs directly into a cell phone. Retro? Yes. Pointless? Not sure.

Up beat

What the world needs now is … no, not love, just the ability to better count beats. That’s why this company, appropriately named MixMeister, has come up with technology to solve this pressing problem.
“”Citing frustration with the lack of correct BPM (beats per minute) information in today’s digital music files, MixMeister Technology today announced the release of a free product to fix incorrect or incomplete tempo information within MP3 files.””

Just in case you can’t get enough of this on your PC

According to a recent press release, Lindsay Honey a.k.a. Ben Dover, one of Britain’s best-loved adult entertainment stars, will be distributing film footage through mobile video services provided by U.K. mobile content provider Symbios Group.

It’s in the bag

Those Brits. When they’re not figuring out how to see more naked bodies, they’re hard at work protecting national security. Or at least the security of their own handbags. According to the story, a recent design school grad is fed up with having someone else insert their hands into her handbag – the literal way, not the metaphorical, tax-grabbing way — and is trying to figure out how to thwart the thieves through the use of biometrics.

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