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Apple puts LOST episodes in the palm of your hands

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For all of you who missed episodes of LOST and Desperate Housewives due to a series of Adelphia Cable snafus in Los Angeles, fear not. The new version of iTunes now features downloadable TV episodes. Apple struck a deal with Disney-owned ABC ensuring the distribution of popular TV shows [exclusively through the iTunes Music Store] the day after they air on the network. Think of it as portable video-on-demand for PCs and Macs. The revamped music store works in concert with the brand new video-enabled iPod.

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Other notable product upgrades include the new iMac G5, which boasts a remote control device that further grows Apple's "digital hub" approach towards home computing.

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Additional Info:

  • iTunes is available as a free download for Macs and PCs.
  • Video downloads cost $1.99 (compared ot $0.99 for music).
  • Other videos available now include: Night Stalker, That's So Raven and The Suite Life.
  • The new iPod is priced from $299-399. All [video] iPod models include a 2.5" color display.