Wednesday: August 3, 2011
- The per year pricing plans for Apple's iCloud have surfaced online.
When iCloud launches in the Fall you'll automatically get five gigabytes free. For those of you who need a bit more space Apple is offering ten gigabytes (really fifteen if you count the included free five gigabytes) for twenty dollars. Paying forty bucks a month will get you 25 gigabytes (again, including the free five) and for a hundred even you'll get fifty gigabytes.
Monday: April 12, 2010
- Adobe Creative Suite 5 now available for all you serious design folk out there.
The cost for getting yourself the latest and greatest set of Adobe design tools will set you back $1,699. If you happen to be thinking of going full-blown Master edition, you'll be plunking down $2,599. The iPhone Packager Tool may or may not be included with your purchase.
Monday: March 8, 2010
- New iPad commercial accidentally reveals some book pricing information.
It's easy to miss just by viewing the ad but the folks over at The Unofficial Apple Blog have spotted a frame of the commercial that indeed shows off some pricing. So, want to know what you'll be paying for books on the iPad? Probably around $12-$14 bucks a pop.
Friday: August 14, 2009
- Sorry, Best Buy will not honor tremendous online pricing errors.
Did anyone honestly think they would sell 52-inch HDTV for just ten bucks?
Monday: July 27, 2009
- Microsoft decides to change commercials per Apple's demands.
...the latest in the series has reportedly been edited to mollify Apple. The one minute 'Lauren and Sue' spot originally had a girl and her mother shopping for a laptop, and the daughter said, 'This Mac is $2,000, and that's before adding anything.'
Thursday: July 16, 2009
- Microsoft not taking Apple's legal threats to pull commercials too seriously.
It does seem a little silly what with all the Vista and general PC bashing that Apple did in those 'Get a Mac' ads.
Friday: July 10, 2009
- Special edition of Monkey Island to cost you just ten bucks when it hits XBLA.
This is surprisingly good news, thank you LucasArts!
Thursday: June 25, 2009
- Microsoft lets loose details about Windows 7 pricing.
Hey, free upgrades in some cases too!
Sunday: June 21, 2009
- New pricing model in iTunes turns out to be a good thing for artists and their respective labels.
The math is simple. So long as sales for higher-priced tracks don't fall more than 29%, labels take in more revenue from $1.29 tracks, after factoring in wholesale rates, distribution fees and mechanical royalties.