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  • News: Industry concerns over new free music site

    A new website offering free streamed music from top artists is determined to fend off menacing overtures from Universal Music Group.

  • News: AT&T kills huge iPhone bills

    AT&T Wireless has announced a new plan for handling iPhone billing, a week after one user received a 300-page bill for their monthly contract for Apple's phone.

  • News: Sony shows sugar-powered Walkman

    Sony has created a battery that produces electricity by breaking down sugar. The bio cell, which measures 39mm cubed, delivers 50mW (milliWatts) - a world record for such a cell, Sony says.

  • News: iPhone update boosts wireless reception

    An update for Apple's iPhone significantly boosts the handset's wireless reception, according to owners.

  • News: $100 iPhone discount as Apple sell refurbs

    Refurbished iPhones are now available from Apple's online store, allowing US users to get hold of the handset for $100 off the list price.

  • News: O2 finally wins UK Apple iPhone contract

    O2 has finally won the contract to supply Apple’s iPhone in the UK, according to the Financial Times, which also reported exclusive iPhone partner deals in Germany and France.

  • News: MTV merges Urge with RealNetworks' Rhapsody

    MTV Networks will invest $230m in advertising on its cable television networks as part of its investment in the Rhapsody America venture it launched on Tuesday with RealNetworks. MTV to merge MTV's Urge online music service with RealNetworks' Rhapsody

  • News: MTV & RealNetworks team on iTunes killer

    MTV Networks and RealNetworks hope to reduce iTunes’ stranglehold on the online music market by merging their online stores, according to the Wall Street Journal.

  • News: Wal-Mart joins DRM-free music club

    Wal-Mart is to sell free of DRM-free MP3s on its website, which means tracks should play on competing multimedia players such as the iPod and Microsoft's Zune.

  • News: The 10 most ridiculous iPhone stories so far

    Two months after its release in the US, and the hype surrounding Apple's iPhone - sometimes generating enthusiasm bordering on insanity – has already produced some of the wackiest, news stories ever witnessed in the history of technology.

  • News: Is Sony's secret Rolly an iPod-killer?

    Sony has started a teaser campaign today for a new audio device called Rolly.

  • News: iPhone battery useless after 300 charges

    Apple and AT&T are the target of a second class-action lawsuit over claims the two companies failed to tell the first iPhone buyers that annual fees of more than $100 would be needed to replace the iPhone battery and maintain service.

  • News: iPod & iPhone demand may hit gadget prices

    Shoppers can expect price hikes for portable media players this Christmas after flash memory prices have increased 20 percent in the last fortnight, according to electronics wholesaler Chinavasion.com.

  • News: Insider trading scandal rocks iPod maker

    Nine executives at Inventec Appliances could face prison for failing to reveal plans by Apple to reduce iPod orders to the company in a timely manner.

  • News: Controversial LimeWire takes on iTunes

    Lime Wire LLC, maker of the controversial LimeWire file-sharing software, plans to go legit with a new music download service.

  • News: Lennon joins McCartney on iTunes

    John Lennon’s solo catalogue has been added to Apple’s iTunes Store. He joins fellow Beatle Paul McCartney, who music was added to iTunes in May.

  • News: Apple launches new 'My iTunes' web widgets

    Apple has added a new feature aimed at iTunes Store users who maintain weblogs or their own personal pages on social-networking sites.

  • News: Universal announces DRM-free music sales

    Universal Music Group is offering music downloads without DRM (digital rights management) copy protection

  • News: Amazon invests in DRM-free music site

    Amazon’s efforts to take on iTunes have been boosted by an undisclosed investment in Amie Street, a company that runs a website that sells music at varying prices based on demand.

  • News: HP and Napster join forces in music giveaway

    All HP Pavilion and Compaq Presario desktop and laptop computers sold in the UK and Germany are to be sold with Napster's music subscription service included. Each PC will also come with a free introductory 1-month subscription to the service.

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