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Artists who host pre-release streams of their new albums through Apple's iTunes are exposing themselves to lax security which allows the entire album to be downloaded to the listeners' computer free of charge. Comment?
... fashion for years, most notably starting with Pandora ( ) , a domineering force in the music industry. Ever since the iPod and iTunes were launched, Apple has preserved a stranglehold on digital music sales while maintaining long-standing ... Comment?
... for having a song not played. It's kind of disgusting, in my opinion, akin to the labels wanting a share of Apple's iPod hardware profits and saddling us with DRM for so long. Then again, what more can you expect from Sony Music CEO Doug Morris, a ... Comment?
So let's review: Spotify says there's absolutely no evidence that streaming replaces download sales. Comment?
Twenty-ninth in a series. The US Windows 8 apps store crossed the 50,000 apps mark for the first time today; a total of 50,156 apps are listed in the store, with the majority of them free to download and use. Comment?
Widget Tabs, which allows multiple programs to fill one screen via tabs, debuted in April after a process of trial and error. Comment?
... from Crosswa.lk's site . Twitter, Pandora and Gmail are among the apps you can now download directly to your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad from Crosswa.lk. To do so, you'll need to go into your iOS Settings and select iTunes & App Stores. Under ... Comment?
Virtual World Computing VWC, that was founded in 2008, is pleased to announce their latest contest -- the "Anything You Love About Cocoon" contest. Comment?
Loved and loathed in just about equal measure, iTunes is installed on a huge number of computers around the world. Comment?
A new app aims to become an engine for consumer activism, helping users spend money on products from companies they share causes with, boycotting those they don't. The prime targets at the moment are Monsanto and Koch brothers. Comment?
... developing a streaming-music platform. The company has been a dominant force in digital music since it released the iPod and opened the iTunes store more than a decade ago. iTunes captured 63% of the digital music download market last year, but ... Comment?
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At last we appear to be seeing some movement on the Apple TV front. We can hardly wait. Comment?
Ever since iTunes was introduced in 2001, Apple has continued to tinker with it, updating how it works and how you access and play music. Comment?
There's no way to put this delicately: iTunes 11 blows. After attempting to tolerate it on our Mac for a few months and missing not only the simplicity of the previous version but a variety of features that made it, you know, functional we came across a relatively painless step-by-step guide to downgrading on a MacRumors message board . Comment?
Greg Kumparak is the Mobile Editor at Techcrunch. Greg has been writing for the TechCrunch network since May of 2008. Comment?
As a part of its expansion, Google has launched a music service that allows users to listen to songs for $9.99 per month. Comment?
The remainders for Friday, May 17, 2013 lead the way. The Pentagon has given thumbs up to iOS 6 devices on military networks, though the Defense Department is still waiting for Apple's much anticipated "Find My Enemies" app. Comment?
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