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  • News: iPod transmitters legal in days

    FM transmitters that allow iPod owners to broadcast the music stored on their portable player to a nearby radio will be legal from December 8.

  • News: EMusic nears 100 million downloads

    It may only be a fraction of the business that Apple's iTunes Store has achieved, but eMusic has reported that it’s nearing its 100 millionth MP3 download.

  • News: Apple design chief collects CBE

    Apple's head of design, the British-born Jonathan Ive, collected his CBE from Her Majesty the Queen in London on Friday, Apple has confirmed

  • News: Universal Music sues MySpace over copyright

    Universal Music has launched a lawsuit against News Corp's MySpace social networking service, citing copyright infringement

  • News: Update: airlines deny iPod integration deal

    Apple recently said six airlines planned to introduce iPod docks into their in-flight entertainment systems: Continental, Delta, Emirates, United, Air France and KLM. Embarrassingly, two of them are now denying the claims

  • News: Foxconn to make Apple iPhone?

    The perennial iPhone rumour continues to ring, with DigiTimes claiming the device will be manufactured by Foxconn Electronics

  • News: Beatles catalogue to go online 'soon'

    Songs from The Beatles will be made available through music services "soon", according to an EMI chief. The Beatles are the last major-league group to resist digital music

  • News: No Zune support in Vista… yet

    Microsoft has managed to ship Zune in the US time for Christmas – but hasn't managed to make sure its player will be supported by its forthcoming operating system, Windows Vista

  • News: Music boss: iPod owners are thieves

    Universal Music CEO Doug Morris has implied that iPod owners are thieves

  • News: News Corp agrees China Mobile music deal

    Rupert Murdoch's News Corp and China Mobile, the world's largest mobile operator, will launch a joint music service, Chinese media reported on Saturday

  • News: nVidia targets iPods

    Nvidia is to acquire PortalPlayer Inc, which makes semiconductors and software for digital music players and other devices, in a bid to expand from its core success in selling graphics cards.

  • News: Microsoft unwraps Zune site

    Microsoft has unveiled a new website that describes features of the upcoming Zune music store and also revealed that MSN Music won't continue to sell digital songs.

  • News: iPods & Vista push global chip sales to record high

    Demand for mobile phones, iPods and PCs boosted global chip sales to a record high of US$21.37 billion (£11 billion) in September, says the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA). The European market led the field with 6.4 per cent month-on-month growth. The weakest rise (1.8 per cent) was in the Americas.

  • News: WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Apple's iPod shuffle reviewed

    PC Advisor has reviewed Apple's new version of its iPod shuffle digital music player.

  • News: New iPod shuffle available on Friday

    Apple says the tiny new player is already shipping to customers who pre-ordered

  • News: MySpace to use 'audio fingerprinting'

    The popular social-networking site MySpace.com has licensed technology that will help it prevent unauthorised copyrighted music from being posted to MySpace users' pages

  • News: Windows Media Player 11.0 released

    Microsoft has released the next generation of its Media Player software to Windows users

  • News: Europe attacks Russian music 'cheats'

    The UK and US are to follow suit as a Danish court moves to block consumers from using AllofMP3.com, an online Russian music store accused of selling albums below their market price and cheating artists out of the royalties.

  • News: US group combats copyright

    It's time for consumers, musicians and filmmakers to band together and advocate copyright laws that make sense for them, not for large music labels and movie studios, a group of advocacy groups said during the launch of the Digital Freedom campaign yesterday.

  • News: iPod to dominate for 18 months

    Jupiter Research predicts the iPod's dominance of the MP3 player market will be unthreatened for at least the next year and a half. What's more, the research firm says the digital music player market will expand from 37 million users this year to 100 million users in 2011.



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