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Posted at 1:07 PM ET, 03/ 7/2011

Apple in-app purchases get the NMA animated treatment

By Hayley Tsukayama

Next Media Animation, the Taiwanese media company known for its wacky animated renditions of the day’s news, has worked its magic on The Washington Post’s story about in-app payments on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Check out their take here, starring a fiendish version of Apple CEO Steve Jobs:

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By Hayley Tsukayama  | March 7, 2011; 1:07 PM ET
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Apple's level of extortion here (30% off the top) should not stand. The FTC needs to do more than slap them on the wrist, but rather needs to slap them upside the head - and hard. Jeez, it looks like Apple is becoming the new Microsloth. Sad. They were once a great company. Guess they are afraid of losing their revenue stream when Steve Jobs kicks the bucket.

Posted by: moonwatcher2001 | March 8, 2011 12:43 PM | Report abuse

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