1. 4 Minutes (feat. Timbaland and Justin Timberlake
Madonnna

2. Bleeding Love
Leona Lewis

3. No Air
Jordan Sparks & Chris Brown

4. Lollipop
Lil Wayne

5. What About Now (Idol gives back performance)
Daughtry

6. Love in this Club
Usher

7. Touch My Body
Mariah Carey

8. Praying For Time (Idol gives back performance)
Carrie Underwood

9. Sexy Can I (feat. Yung Berg)
Ray J

10. Shout to the Lord (Idol gives back performance)
Various Artists

iTunes 7.6.2 Update

Posted by Joel Green | 11:06 AM | | 0 comments »

I know this came out a few days ago but just letting everyone know, iTunes 7.6.2 is now available.

In the iTunes Updater windows it describes it as "Rent and download your favorite movies with iTunes on your computer or directly to your living room on Apple TV. Enjoy rented movies in sizes up to 720p HD with surround sound on your Apple TV and sizes up to DVD-quality on your computer. Transfer your rented movies from iTunes to your iPod or iPhone and enjoy them on the go.

Also, purchase and download your favorite TV shows, music, and more directly on your Apple TV. Effortlessly transfer purchases made on Apple TV back to your computer with iTunes.

iTunes 7.6.2 provides bug fixes to improve stability and performance."

To update simply go into iTunes and click Help >>> Check For Updates.

iPod Joel

I feel that Nintendo should work with Apple to make some classic Nintendo games that we all love for iPod Classics, Videos and Nanos.

How many times have you dreamed of being able to bust out your iPod and start playing Super Mario, or Catching a Pikachu on your iPod while on the train. There are so many potentially great and entertaining games that Nintendo could make. What about Donkey Kong?

These are just a few examples of how good this could be, and think of how many people would buy these products.

iPod iDeas

NetBlender has created a Software Development Kit (SDK) called "BD Touch" which aims at enhancing the capabilities of BD Live by enabling the Apple iPod and iPhone to have a two-way communication. BD Touch uses the BD Live network connection built into Blu-ray players and the Wi-Fi connection on the iPhone to connect the devices.

BD Touch applications can use geolocation, the iPhone's motion sensors and keyboard input. The video, audio, text and player commands can be transferred to the BD player and the handheld devices could act as a remote for it. They can also be used to store movies and surf the Internet for content related to the movie that is playing.

iPod Joel

Source: TechTree