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Apple has launched its annual 12 Days of Gifts app, offering a new free song, app, book or movie every day from Dec. 26 to Jan. 6. The app , which is available in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Japan, Russia and other territories, is simple enough to use: Download it, choose your iTunes store location, and you'll see a counter showing you how many days ... (more)
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Exciting rumours abound as Forbes magazine reports that music-streaming service Spotify could be able to do something amazing, and make it's mobile apps free to access to non-paying customers.
Online radio service Pandora hit a new milestone when it surpassed $100 million in ad revenue in a quarter for the first time during its fiscal third quarter.
Apple has recently expanded iTunes Match availability to several Nordic countries, according to both reports on Twitter and tip from a MacRumors reader.
The iBeacon is not for sale, though. It's a tiny device that uses low power Bluetooth to track your location inside of its stores and push information to users phones.
Anytune, the top rated music practice app in the App Store that enables musicians to slow down music without changing the pitch, today announced the launch of a new product - Anytune 1.0 for Mac.
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I received email from Apple that I'd "violated section 9 of their security code" and that I needed to revalidate my temporarily frozen account.
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This week, Apple unveiled the first large-scale integration of iBeacon, a technology that, when coupled with their fingerprint identification system, may be another building block in building a revolutionary new payment system.
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They make a good case. The company isn't making a profit. Apple has considerably more resources to devote to iTunes Radio.
Little does one know that a city-based startup worked day in and out to build this technology for the automaker.