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  • News: Amazon launches online music-download store

    Amazon has launched a public beta of Amazon MP3, a digital music store. Amazon MP3 offers digital rights management-free music downloads, so users can download the music to their media player of choice or burn songs on to CDs.

  • News: Apple: We'll kill hacked iPhones

    Unlocked iPhones may become inoperable, according to an Apple warning that comes in response to the growing number of third-party hacks for its high-profile handset.

  • News: Virgin closes Apple iTunes competitor

    Virgin is closing its online music subscription and download service in the UK and the US, leaving one less competitor for Apple's iTunes Music Store.

  • News: Mac addict Stephen Fry slates iPhone

    Stephen Fry, UK comedian, actor and Mac fan has slammed Apple's iPhone for only supporting server-side applications, predicting that that closed environments aren't the future for the technology industry.

  • News: Richie Ramone sues Apple over downloads

    Several online music services, including Apple, have been sued by Richard 'Richie' Ramone after the musician claimed he's owed almost $1m in royalties, according to the Associated Press.

  • News: 8 reasons Apple is the world's best tech firm

    Apple isn't the biggest consumer electronics company, nor the most profitable, but it probably holds the title of the coolest technology company on the planet. The iPod and iPhone maker knows something that other companies don't. Here are the eight secrets that make Apple the world's most admired technology brand

  • News: Apple to change European iTunes pricing?

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs says his company wants a level playing field for music sales in Europe, despite the European probe which suggests the company has questions to answer over its iTunes pricing policy.

  • News: Orange wins third EU iPhone contract

    As expected, Orange has become the third European iPhone operator, announcing that it will offer Apple's handset exclusively in France.

  • News: Apple admits iPod touch defects

    Some early iPod touch units have "defective screens", according to Apple, which said the problem affects "a small number of units and is being remedied".

  • News: Germany joins European iPhone day

    T-Mobile has been confirmed as Apple's iPhone partner in Germany, with the handset launching there on the same day as it does in the UK - November 9.

  • News: The hidden costs of UK iPhone hacks

    UK iPhone users have been warned that unlocking the handset so it will work with other networks will prove a costly exercise.

  • News: Jobs: We will stop UK iPhone hacks

    CEO Steve Jobs said Apple is upping attempts to prevent hackers unlocking the iPhone handset - the first time the company has officially said it would fight attempts to use the handset on unauthorised networks

  • News: Steve Jobs' UK iPhone appearance in pictures

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs rarely makes public appearances in the UK. He has never appeared at a UK Mac show, for example, but is a regular at Apple Expo Paris. The only time he has spoken at a UK Apple event was the introduction of the European iTunes music stores in June 2004 - 20 years after the launch of the Macintosh computer. So his unannounced appearance at the London Apple Store to unveil plans for the company's iPhone in the UK is noteworthy.

  • News: Full details: Apple's UK iPhone release

    Apple's iPhone will finally become available via O2 in the UK on 9 November for £269, the company announced at a special event in London this morning.

  • News: Apple iPhone: much to love, a lot to lament

    Among those US iPhone fans who queued up on June 29 to buy Apple's much-hyped iPod-mobile phone hybrid, were several of PC Advisor's US sister title's editors. And PC World's finest have been putting it to the test ever since.

  • How-Tos: How to unlock an Apple iPhone for free

    More than a million people have purchased an iPhone in the US since the end of June, and they all had to sign up with Apple’s exclusive carrier in the US, AT&T. Those Apple iPhones hook up to AT&T’s network using an AT&T SIM card, and limit users to that network. Today, Apple will announce the UK version of the Apple iPhone, with O2 taking the role of exclusive carrier.

  • News: T-Mobile wins multinational Apple iPhone deal

    The Financial Times claims Apple is set to announce iPhone availability in Austria, Croatia, Hungary and the Netherlands this week, suggesting that today’s expected European iPhone announcement won’t limit availability to the UK, Germany and France.

  • News: First iTunes ringtone bug detected

    Apple has released an iTunes update to fix a bug that prevented users from making ringtones out of iTunes Plus songs. `

  • News: Top 25 requests for the UK Apple iPhone

    The iPhone finally looks set to launch in the UK but, as US iPhone owners have found, the first-generation iPhone is far from the finished article. So here is our iPhone wish list for the top 25 features we'd like Apple to add to the iPhone to turn it into the one of the greatest gadgets of all time

  • News: Bug-fixing iPod update now available

    Apple has released a software update that fixes bugs on some iPods.



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