HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Nickel Nicky was Pooh for his very first Halloween, his first BIG holiday! He had a jam packed weekend, attending his cousin’s 1st Birthday / Halloween party and trick or treating with his other cousins back in NJ :) All in all Nicky loved the holiday and is looking foward to next year’s big adventure ;)

ANOTHER ANOUNCEMENT FROM APPLE!

Geez didnt they JUST announce the nano! God Apple is the king of suspence and making people get excited about a product! 1pm SHARP today they are announcing antoher new product or a bunch of products. It JUST leaked it will be a new IPOD! It DOES look kind of wide-screenish looking :) Video Ipod? Time will tell! I will be reporting what ipodlounge and engadget.com will announce! LATER !

Update :

Ok, so we’re still having issues, but here’s what we’ve got so far. Apparently there’s a Salling Clicker replacement for the Mac—a Mac remote, as it were. It’s called FrontRow. It’s a Bluetooth device, and apparently looks a lot like a shuffle.

We also have word of a new, flatter iMac with built-in iSight. This guy will have a larger drive, FrontRow, and will cost the same as the current 17-inch model—ships today.

The new iMac lineup prices are as follows: $1299 US for the 1.5GHz 17-incher, $1799 US for the 2.1GHz 20-incher.

New iPod announced! The new iPod, as speculated, features video capabilities and the wider display, but it’s still a music-first device.

The device will feature a 2.5-inch display, QVGA resolution (320 x 240), and will MPEG-4 h.264 (natch), and presumably Quicktime.

The new iPod will be 30% thinner than the current 20GB iPod (making it 0.44-inches thick—say wha?), and will feature a 60GB version (which should be thinner than the current 0.63-inch thick 20GB iPod), and editions of both in black.

The 20GB should go for $299, and the 60GB for $399. They’ll be shipping next week.

What’s the device named, you ask? The iPod. That’s it, just The iPod. Well spare you the Prince jokes. The iPod will have TV out.

Stevie has iTunes 6.0 up there—only about a month after introducing iTunes 5.0.

iTunes 6.0 will also feature video and the iTunes Music Store will feature Fairplay DRMed video downloads (big surprise, right?).

At launch over 2,000 music videos will be made available at a cost of $1.99 apiece. You can download iTunes 6.0 starting today.

Oh, and one more thing…

It’s not only music videos you can buy. No, Apple’s set up to allow you to purchase TV shows for $1.99 apiece. Get Desperate Housewives or four other ABC shows premiering on iTunes at two bucks an ep. Videos are native QVGA resolution.

Update 2 :

It does indeed look awesome and it has gotten great reviews and is officially on my Christmas List :)