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  • News: iPod dispute costs Apple $10m

    Apple has agreed to settle a patent dispute with Burst.com, ending two years of litigation following Burst’s allegations that Apple infringed four patents for transmission of compressed audio and video files in iTunes, iLife, QuickTime and the iPod.

  • News: T-Mobile to sell pay-as-you-go iPhone

    Germany’s Deutsche Telekom is set to start selling pay-as-you-go iPhones following a legal challenge by Vodafone. Its T-Mobile mobile phone operator has agreed to sell Apple’s smartphone handset for €999 (£718).

  • News: Apple iPhone to go 3G in May 2008?

    The highly anticipated 3G iPhone could be with us as soon as May next year, according to a report in Spanish national newspaper El Pais.

  • News: Apple in iPhone 'phone home' rumour

    Claims that the iPhone 'phones home' to Apple to provide the iPod maker with personal information, including which stocks users are tracking, is probably inaccurate, according to a German security website.

  • News: CD sales up despite 150m music downloads

    The 150 millionth music download was sold in the UK last week, but CD sales remain strong despite the growth in online music.

  • News: Intempo turns iPods into DAB radios

    Intempo has launched a new iPod add-on which gives users of Apple's music and video players crystal-clear digital radio.

  • News: The Beatles set for iTunes in 2008

    Music by The Beatles seems finally set to become available on iTunes. Sir Paul McCartney gave the most definite indication yet of a time-frame for the release of music from the band through digital music services, telling Contact Music: "It's down to fine-tuning, but I'm pretty sure it'll be happening next year, 2008."

  • News: Study says iPhone texters are prone to typos

    iPhone users are more likely to make typos while texting than those with other phones, according to a study by User Centric.

  • News: Apple & O2 blame each other for iPhone woes

    The activation infrastructure for Apple's iPhone in the UK is feeling the pinch, according to reports. According to Macworld UK, some users attempting to activate their iPhone using iTunes have seen the application crash after they enter their credit card details.

  • News: iPhone effect crashes Vodafone support lines

    Macworld UK reports that Vodafone's customer support lines were down over weekend, as the company deals with hordes of customers attempting to cancel their contracts in light of the UK launch of the Apple iPhone.

  • News: Microsoft takes on iTunes with Musiwave

    Microsoft is stepping up its challenge to Apple's iTunes by acquiring mobile music service provider Musiwave. Musiwave allows mobile operators to offer self-branded music applications, including full over-the-air downloads, ringtones and ring-back tones.

  • News: Apple releases Euro iPhone software update

    Apple has released an iPhone software update to coincide with the iPhone's UK release.

  • News: Interview: Peter Gabriel's vision for net music

    World-class musician, humanitarian and dynamo behind the WOMAD world music festival, Peter Gabriel has an accomplished record in using new technology to boost the creative arts. He believes we're headed toward a cultural renaissance.

  • News: Apple iPhone launch: Should you buy now?

    Anyone with even a remote interest in technology will know that today sees the official UK release of the iPhone. We've put together the ultimate iPhone guide to help you decide if Apple's handset is worth your attention - and cash.

  • News: Apple fan blogs from UK iPhone queue

    PC Advisor reader Tomek Jasinski is blogging from the iPhone queue outside Apple’s Regent Street store in London.

  • News: 22 tips to get more from Apple's iPhone

    As those of you who rush to buy it on 9 November will soon find out, you can do a lot with the Apple iPhone. Apple's gorgeous gadget lets you surf the internet, send and receive email, listen to music and watch videos with just a touch of a virtual button. And guess what? You can make phone calls too. Dig a little deeper, however, and you can do much, much more. We show you how.

  • News: Apple: iPhone sales beating first iPods

    Strong Mac sales and 1.12 million iPhone sales helped Apple beat analyst estimates to achieve a net income of $904m in its fourth quarter.

  • News: First UK iPhone queue forms in London

    A queue has already started forming outside Apple’s Regent Store in London ahead of tomorrow’s Apple iPhone release, according to Macworld UK.

  • News: Apple prepares iPhone 2 for 2008

    Apple is already working on the development of the second-generation iPhone, as confirmed by Apple CEO Steve Jobs in September, but the new iPhone may be ready for the new year.

  • News: iTunes rival eMusic enjoys growth spurt

    Already the number-two digital music retailer, after iTunes, online music retailer eMusic said this week that it's surpassed 350,000 subscribers and now has more than three million tracks in its catalogue.



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