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Apple has finally rolled out the iTunes Store in Mexico, more than six years after its initial launch in the U.S.
Software developer VoloMedia has been awarded a U.S. patent that the company says covers the basic elements of podcasting.
Macworld's Pundit Showdown this week was powered by Soundboard, a clever new $29 utility from Ambrosia Software.
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Soundboard is a new audio utility from Ambrosia Software similar to a "cart machine" -- it's a sound loop app for live performances.
Snowtape, which an Internet radio recording app, now features an online radio directory that automatically updates once new stations are available. Profcast and SQLiteManager also saw new updates on Thursday.
ProfCast, the podcasting tool for lecturers and educators, adds MPEG-4 video support in its latest release.
A screenshot shows that iPhone OS 3.0 may lift the 10MB limit on podcasts downloaded over the cellular network.
Apple's now posted the full iPhone 3.0 keynote event as a downloadable podcast on the iTunes Store.