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  • 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.

  • News: Music label sues Google, YouTube

    Google and its video sharing site YouTube have been taken to court by an Indian music label. Super Cassettes Industries filed a suit after the display on YouTube of content on which the Indian company says it holds copyright.

  • News: BlackBerry Pearl gets a purple makeover

    RIM (Research in Motion) is launching a new version of its popular BlackBerry Pearl smartphone handset in the UK. The Pearl 8120 comes with Wi-Fi and GPRS/Edge connectivity and is the first BlackBerry with video-capture capabilities.

  • How-Tos: How to get the best FREE software, music and games

    Over the past decade, free software has become part of the mainstream computing experience. In part, this is down to the open-source movement, which has moved from the realm of the bedroom hobbyist to the everyday computer user.

  • News: iPhone is 'invention of the year', says Time

    Apple's iPhone has been named 'invention of the year' by Time magazine.

  • News: Researcher: iPod to get nanotechnology storage

    iPods, laptops and servers will use nanotechnology storage rather than magnetic disk drives within five to 10 years, making them more durable, lighter and faster.

  • News: Sandisk patent suit targets MP3 player makers

    SanDisk is suing 25 companies, including LG Electronics, for allegedly infringing patents used in removable flash storage products including MP3 players and USB flash drives.

  • News: Creative offers iPod shuffle speaker system

    Creative has launched a dedicated speaker system for users of Apple's iPod shuffle.

  • News: Each Apple iPhone costs AT&T $18 per month

    Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster believes Apple is taking $18 per month for each iPhone subscriber under its deal with AT&T.

  • News: Samsung builds 64Gb NAND chip

    Samsung has built a 64GB NAND flash memory chip which uses 30-nanometre processing technology and was developed using Samsung's SaDPT (self-aligned double patterning technology).

  • News: Apple to release unlocked iPhone

    Apple is releasing an unlocked version of the iPhone that will allow users to run it on various cellular networks. But you have to live in France to get it.

  • News: Apple offers cut-price iTunes Plus tracks

    Apple is introducing cut-price 79p tracks from independent labels to its iTunes Plus service, though EMI's catalogue retains the 99p price.

  • News: iPhone & iPod touch to get third-party apps

    Apple will release an SDK (software developers' kit) for the iPhone and iPod touch in February, according to Steve Jobs.

  • News: 16GB iPhone on sale before Christmas?

    A 16GB version of Apple's iPhone could be released in time for Christmas, according to the latest rumours surrounding the iPod/mobile phone hybrid.

  • News: Greenpeace: Apple iPhone is hazardous

    Apple's iPhone contains hazardous chemicals not used by other manufacturers, according to Greenpeace.

  • News: Apple, AT&T face $1bn US iPhone lawsuit

    Because the iPhone is locked to AT&T's wireless network, Apple and AT&T must answer a class-action lawsuit seeking $1.2bn in damages. The class-action suit also notes that Apple will not allow unauthorised applications on the iPhone.

  • News: October 2007's coolest gadgets revealed

    Every year in October, Japan's largest electronics show, Ceatec, showcases all that's new and upcoming from the world's sharpest consumer electronics vendors. Ceatec 2007 brought us some world-first technologies, including a 3mm thick TV, a laptop with super-charged graphics processing and some new high-definition video recorders.

  • News: Music label plans giant iTunes competitor

    The head of Universal Music Group is enlisting the support of other major record labels to launch a new music subscription service that will try to loosen Apple's grip on the online music market, according to a news report today.

  • News: Olive, MusicGiants offer lossless DRM-free music

    Olive and MusicGiants yesterday announced that users of Olive's Opus media player will be able to purchase and download DRM-free digital music made with lossless compression techniques.

  • News: George Harrison music available on Apple iTunes

    Yesterday Apple announced the release of George Harrison's musical catalogue on its Apple iTunes music store.



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