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  • 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.

  • 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.



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