Apple Universe Update

Hey Everyone,

I really am sorry that I haven’t been updating my blog as much as I really wanted to. Well, its Sunday night, 11:45 PM, and I have my PowerBook G4 on my lap, and I am writing a blog post…this is the life!Now I understand why Robert Scoble does this a lot 🙂 

I have done a lot with Apple Universe lately. I have done a lot of interviews including Cali Lewis, John C. Dvorak, Alan Levy, and regular news episodes. Please check out the podcast either on the web, or on the iTunes Store. If you do want to find Apple Universe on the iTunes Store, type in Apple Universe with Daniel Brusilovsky, and it should come up!Thanks again for all the support! I really do appreciate it!

In other news, Apple Universe has 2 new sponsors! I will do a blog post about the new sponsors tonight!

Thanks again,

Daniel Brusilovsky 

Apple Universe Update 10-18-07

Hello everyone,

I am very sorry for not blogging about myself or Apple Universe for while! I have been quite busy with school, Apple news, Leopard, Apple Universe, interviews, and a bunch more!

In Apple Universe news, I am going to Kyte.tv offices to meet up with my good friend, and CEO of Kyte.tv, Daniel Graf. Daniel will be on Apple Universe, and the episode should be released soon. I am currently talking with Zimbra on getting that interview out also, because of legal issues with Yahoo. If you think of podcasting, the first person I think of is Leo Laporte. Leo is the man behind TWiT Podcast Network. I am very pleased to announce that Leo Laporte will be on Apple Universe on a date to be announced at a later time. Apple Universe is up to 64 episodes released right now, and 65 recorded.

In Apple news, Apple will be releasing Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard on October 26th at 6:00PM!! I am still thinking about going to this event, and recording an episode LIVE at my local Apple Store in Burlingame, CA, but I will will keep you updated.

Thank you very much for sticking with me, and I always appreciate your support!

~Daniel

Apple iPhone Firmware 1.1.1 Class-Action Suit Seeks Injuction Against Locked iPhones

“A California man has filed a class-action suit against Apple for bricking iPhones with their lastest firmware update. The lawsuit is neither the first nor the the last, but it’s unique because it looks for a permanent injunction against Apple to prevent them from selling locked iPhones.Citing the Cartwright Act, the lawyer Damian Fernández argues that “Apple prohibits iPhone consumers from using and purchasing a cell phone service other than through AT&T.” The suit also seeks damages from the bricking but, according to Alexander Wolfe’s article in Information Week, the lawyer doesn’t specify an amount in the court documents. Instead, Fernández says that they are seeking an amount “according to proof at trial.” Continue reading “Apple iPhone Firmware 1.1.1 Class-Action Suit Seeks Injuction Against Locked iPhones”