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The company is planning to unveil a song-discovery feature in an update of its iOS mobile software that will let users identify a song and its artist using an iPhone or iPad, said two people with knowledge of the product, who asked not to be identified because the feature isn't public.
Microsoft has selected Japan's Toshiba to manufacture its upcoming Zune digital music player, which the software giant hopes will give Apple Computer and its mega-popular iPod a run for its money in the digital media and download space.
Strong sales of its iPod music players and Macintosh computers helped Apple Computer earn net income of US$546 million in its fiscal 2006 fourth quarter, but the company warned it could restate its financial results at a later time as it continues an investigation of stock-option practices.
In technology, it's sometimes good to let a pioneer figure out the pitfalls of a new market.
The May 2014 issue of Stereophile is now on newsstands. With High-Resolution Audio poised to go mainstream, the issue features Sony's $2000 HAP-Z1ES file player on its cover.
Some believe that Macs were the most popular personal computers on the planet before Microsoft and Windows took over.
Sony is packing its new Walkman digital music players with noise canceling and other audio-enhancing technology in its latest attempt to challenge the dominance of Apple Computer's iPod.
Apple Computer continued to lead the U.S. digital music player market in the second quarter with a 75.6 percent share, according to the NPD Group.
NBC, a division of General Electric, announced on Thursday that it has inked an agreement with Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple Computer, maker of the uber-popular iPod music player, to become the first broadcast news company to offer news and other programming through Apple's iTunes Music Store, the Associated Press reports via The Wall Street ... (more)
Samsung Electronics has developed a music-player cell phone with 8GB of built-in flash memory - double the amount of memory in Apple Computer's hit-iPod nano.
What happens when a rock 'n' roll legend promotes a music player in a world where the iPod, and its smartphone cousins, already dominate the market? If that legend is Neil Young and the music player promises higher-quality sound than any of its competitors, it becomes the third-biggest Kickstarter campaign in the history of the site.
B&G is bringing back the 80's with their latest mobile app release, Vintape. Across the world, vintage is in.
Apple has a new patent granted by the USPTO today , and it describes a for determining a user's position when they're indoors, using existing Wi-Fi infrastructure instead of requiring newer tech and hardware installations to support something like iBeacons.
Jason Snell of Macworld thinks that the pundits who think it's absolutely vital that Apple dive into the smartwatch market-such as analyst Trip Chowdhry , who predicts doom if the company doesn't make a move by next month -are a tad overexcited .
IT IS the airport that's been talked about for 45 years with no developments. Governments take note, this is what you can achieve in that time.
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