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  • News: DRM-free music giant EMI agrees takeover

    EMI - the music group behind Apple's DRM (digital rights management) free iTunes - has agreed to be bought by private equity firm Terra Firma for £3.2bn. EMI has been the subject of bid speculation for the past year as its business has struggled. In early April EMI and Apple announced the sale DRM-free versions of EMI artists' songs through Apple's online iTunes store.

  • News: 15 technology myths: what's nonsense and what's not?

    The tech world abounds with hype, rumour and innuendo. It can be hard to tell IT fact from fantasy fiction. Fortunately, PC Advisor has rounded-up 15 technological rumours and given them a thorough shake down, so you can tell what's nonsense, and what's not.

  • News: allofmp3.com music site faces closure

    A man has been arrested for selling allofmp3.com vouchers. The recording industry has stepped up its battle to shut down allofmp3.com, announcing the arrest of the man.

  • News: iTunes and DRM-free music explained

    iTunes is finally selling DRM-free music, but how will these changes affect us? We explain all

  • News: Smartphone card stores 2,000 songs

    Samsung Electronics has developed an 8GB micro memory card for smartphones.

  • News: MSN offers Madonnas music for free

    Fans of Madonna’s music can grab themselves a free copy of her brand-new song nearly two months before the world’s most successful female pop star takes to the stage to sing it live. MSN today announced that it will allow music fans to download the track, written especially for the Live Earth charity concert via its LiveEarth.MSN.com portal.

  • News: Amazon announces iTunes killer

    Online retailer Amazon.com is taking on Apple's iTunes music service and the rest of the digital music industry by starting up its own online digital music store.

  • News: Apple cuts iPod shuffle price

    The diminutive clip-on digital music player now costs £49, that's £6 less than the device's original £55 price.

  • News: Former Beatle embraces digital music

    Fans of The Beatles continue to wait for the digital release of the band's material, but Paul McCartney's work is finally coming to digital formats.

  • News: Apple's popularity surged in April

    Apple's US website saw traffic jump 42 per cent in April 2007, according to the latest ComScore Media Metrix figures.

  • News: T-Mobile to offer iPhone in Europe?

    Europe's mobile networks are battling for rights to distribute the iPhone here – and now it seems T-Mobile may lead the pack.

  • News: Apple & Coca Cola offer free iTunes tracks

    The promotion will run across 17 European countries from May until the end of August. Millions of songs will be given away through over two billion promotional packs of Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero.

  • News: Apple plans beyond iPhone touchscreen

    A patent filed by Apple hints that the company will feature touch screen controls on more devices besides the iPhone.

  • News: The Beatles are coming to iTunes

    Former Beatle Paul McCartney has confirmed music from the classic UK act will soon be made available online.

  • News: High-def iTunes video rentals rumoured

    Apple may introduce a subscription-based film rental service through iTunes and the Apple TV, company executives hinted during a shareholder meeting.

  • News: School iPod ban is cheating students

    The Associated Press published an article last week about US high schools increasingly banning iPods because some kids use them to cheat, and issue that’s also been raised in the UK.

  • News: IT news of the week - Saturday 12 May

    Stay on top of the week’s biggest IT news with PC Advisor’s one-stop round-up of the top stories of the past seven days.

  • News: Legal action threatens Vista, iTunes & iPod

    Media Rights Technologies (MRT), developers of technology that prevents users from ripping digital media streams, has filed a Cease and Desist letter against Apple, Microsoft, Adobe and Real. The organisation claims the companies are responsible for violations of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and intellectual property law.

  • News: Music labels reveal Apple iTunes dominance

    Apple's iTunes service dominates online music retail, the latest figures from aggregator Digital Music Group (DMG) confirm.

  • News: Roxio Crunch targets Apple TV, iPod & iPhone

    Roxio released Roxio Crunch, a software application for converting video into formats for playback on different devices.



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