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Apple TV is a beautiful device. It's small. It's silent. The interface is intuitive and smooth.
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1 hr ago | The Motley Fool
On the surface, this would seem to be a big deal for Microsoft and should help the company.
6 hrs ago | CIO
Coca-Cola plans to give away 70 million iTunes songs in the United Kingdom as part of a promotion and will launch a new music website in Europe that is integrated with Apple Computer's iTunes music store, the companies said on Wednesday.
10 hrs ago | The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)
The subscriptions to a few digital magazine apps started innocently enough -- you knew the editors and contributors, some of the articles you read were really good, and that US$1.99 monthly or bi-monthly charge gave you something to do other than play games on your iPad.
11 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
QUESTION: If a thief stole a smartphone that makes retail store payments, could he or she make store purchases with no questions asked? And is Google pushing Wallet to Android operating system devices without asking the owners? ANSWER: Making purchases wouldn't be that easy if the phone is set up properly.
15 hrs ago | TrustedReviews
Apple's iTunes Radio service could be imminent, as information leaks on the company's behind the scenes promotion activities.
16 hrs ago | CIO
Apple and four of the biggest record companies have until Wednesday to submit their written response to antitrust charges that they restricted online sales of music in Europe.
Apple Computer, maker of the uber-popular iPod digital media player, on Tuesday said that it had inked pacts with a number of airlines to offer iPod connectors on airplanes that will charge the device, as well as allow video content to be played on seatback monitors, The Wall Street Journal reports .
There is just something so wonderful about watching corporate behemoths collide.
The first Microsoft Zune products will hit U.S. retailers in time for the busy Christmas holiday season, with a 30GB digital media player and a Zune Marketplace online service the first to reach consumers, Microsoft said Thursday.
Apple Computer on Tuesday held the "It's Showtime!" event to introduce new, upgraded iPod digital media players and second-generation iPod nanos, as well as announce the availability of movies for download from its uber-popular iTunes Music Store, MacCentral reports via Computerworld.com .
Microsoft will begin selling a digital music and video player before the upcoming holiday season, and its wireless capabilities will likely give it a competitive advantage over Apple Computer's mega-popular iPod, which requires users to plug into a computer to download content, Reuters reports via Yahoo News .
Microsoft, the world's largest producer of software, is preparing a digital music and video player, as well as a download service, to compete with Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple Computer's immensely popular iPod entertainment device and iTunes Music Store, Reuters reports .
The portable video market got a boost Monday as TiVo Inc. announced plans to let subscribers to its digital video recording service transfer TV programs to Apple iPods and Sony PSPs .
Apple CarPlay in an aftermarket dash system ? You bet! And you may not even need to spend a dime.
The rumor mill is in high gear, saying that AC/DC may not be back at all this year, or any year.
The debut of iTunes Radio last summer signaled a fundamental shift in Apple's music strategy.