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  • News: iPhone customer service already in spotlight

    The US publication that rates and evaluates everything from mattresses to cars to washing machines points out in a press release that for "several years running AT&T...has been among the least-satisfying service providers. This is according to Consumer Reports' annual customer satisfaction surveys.

  • News: Jobs' iPhone to use eMusic not iTunes?

    eMusic, the world’s second-largest digital music retailer, is cheekily offering Apple’s Steve Jobs a free lifetime subscription for his new iPhone, according to 901am.com. The offer was made to thank Jobs for his support of the partial removal of digital rights management (DRM) software from online music.

  • News: Pure enables music downloads on DAB radios

    Imagination Technologies, the company behind the PURE Digital radio brand, and UBC Media Group are to launch a service to allow listeners to purchase music directly from DAB digital radios.

  • News: iTunes overtakes Amazon & Target

    According to market research firm NPD, in the first quarter of 2007, Apple's iTunes Store overtook Amazon.com and Target to become the US's third largest music retailer with around 10 percent of all music sales.

  • News: Apple claims iPop is iPod copycat

    New Zealand-based software company Orbitcoms has drawn Apple’s ire. Apple is threatening legal action over an Orbitcoms brand-name, which it said is too similar to Apple’s iPod, said Tony Shi, Orbitcoms CEO.

  • News: Top 15 Media, Video & Audio utilities

    Your PC is an entertainment powerhouse, just waiting to be unleashed. Its talents include recording and playing music, supporting editing of audio and video files, and burning DVDs and CDs. Unfortunately, the software that came with your PC probably won't handle these tasks with maximum effectiveness. 9831 http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/index.cfm?newsid=9831&pn=2

  • News: Apple Nike + iPod wins top ad award

    The Nike+ ad campaign featuring Apple’s iPod has jointly won the top digital award at the Cannes International Advertising Festival.

  • News: Universal Music gets EU iTunes extension

    Universal Music Group has secured a 'short extension' allowing it more time to submit a written response to EU iTunes anti-trust charges.

  • News: Creative launches Zen Stone Plus

    Creative has announced a new version of its feature-free Zen Stone player – the Zen Stone Plus. The MP3 player has a 2GB flash memory and will have a small circular blue display. This contrasts with the Stone, launched last month, which had no screen, aping Apple’s tiny iPod Shuffle player.

  • News: Full iPhone details on updated Apple site

    US consumers starved for details about Apple's soon to be released iPhone have a few new photos and movies to peruse before getting their hands on one next week.

  • News: EMI: 'DRM-free iTunes Plus a big success'

    EMI has confirmed that the company's move to sell DRM-free tracks through iTunes has been a significant success.

  • News: Apple reveals Bluetooth headset for iPhone

    Apple has announced that the Aliph Jawbone, a good-looking Bluetooth headset, will partner its iPhone hybrid iPod and mobile phone.

  • News: First look: Samsung SGH-E950 with OLED keypad

    The Samsung SGH-E950 mobile phone has one stand out feature: a 1.2in OLED (organic light-emitting diode) keypad that can display different icons depending on how the phone is being used.

  • News: Dragon's Den's iTeddy recruits The Wombles

    iTeddy, a cuddly toy that met with approval when presented on TV programme Dragon’s Den, makes its UK launch tomorrow. The iTeddy is no ordinary bear: it houses a media player on which kids can listen to music and audio books, watch TV shows, cartoons and videos.

  • News: 7m Brits can't wait for iPhone

    Seven million Brits want to buy an iPhone when it ships - even though the device won't be available in the UK until the end of the year.

  • News: Study: 19m want iPhone immediately

    About 19 million US mobile phone users are ready to pay as much as $599 (£300) for Apple's iPhone, nearly double the number Apple has projected it will sell by the end of 2008, according to an M:Metrics survey.

  • News: Apple upgrades iPhone before release

    Days before the product ships in the US, Apple has announced that the iPhone will offer much more extensive battery life than first promised.

  • News: Apple nearing iTunes anti-trust deadline

    Apple and four of the biggest record companies have until Wednesday to submit their written response to antitrust charges that they restricted online sales of music in Europe.

  • News: Six new iPhone facts for Apple fans

    The iPhone dominated the news last week after two events provided new and rare details about the most hotly anticipated tech product since the original Mac computer in 1984.

  • News: Samsung's newest 'iPod killer' supports RDS

    Samsung Electronics is about to launch a digital music player with an FM radio receiver that supports the RDS (radio data system) data broadcasting system used on many radio stations in Europe.



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