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  • News: Wireless iTunes controller launched

    Imaging and sound peripheral maker Hercules has released the Tunes Explorer Wireless, a device that lets you navigate your iTunes playlist wirelessly from anywhere in the house. It costs € 49.99 (£66).

  • News: Apple updates iTunes and QuickTime

    Apple has released updates for its digital jukebox software iTunes, as well as an update for QuickTime.

  • News: iPhone to get VoIP capability

    Macworld UK reports that Apple’s iPhone will be able to make voice over IP (VoIP) calls using a mobile web tool that works via smartphones’ built-in web browsers.

  • News: Toshiba boosts Nand flash production

    Toshiba is expanding production of Nand flash memory chips faster than originally planned, the company said today.

  • News: Sony takes on Apple with video Walkman

    Sony is set to launch an MP3 player capable of playing video, capitalising on its recognisable Walkman brand to smash and grab market share from iPod maker Apple.

  • News: iPhone is overpriced, say consumers

    Consumers in the US aren't willing to pay what Apple may ask for the iPhone. However, if the price drops they'll switch their mobile service to AT&T in order to get Apple’s new handset, according to results of a new survey.

  • News: Apple, Samsung, Sandisk sued over MP3

    Little-known Texas MP3 Technologies is taking on Apple, Samsung Electronics and Sandisk with a patent-infringement lawsuit.

  • News: Jobs & Gates to share stage

    Apple chief executive Steve Jobs and Microsoft chairman Bill Gates have shared the spotlight for much of the past three decades. Later this year, the two tech heavyweights will share the stage during a joint appearance at an industry conference.

  • News: Industry backs Jobs on DRM-free music

    The majority of music industry executives agree with Apple chief executive Steve Jobs that labels should ditch DRM on digital sales.

  • News: Mobile music slated at 3GSM

    Buying digital music from a mobile phone is too difficult and the music and mobile phone industries need to improve the process to meet demand, the chairman and chief executive of Warner Music said today.

  • News: iPhone likely to use Arm chip

    The guessing game continues over which processors Apple's iPhone will use, with Arm Holding's top executive hinting the device will contain his company's intellectual property.

  • News: Report: Apple's Jobs backdated Pixar options

    New allegations have surfaced that Apple chief executive Steve Jobs was involved in backdating stock-option grants improperly while chairman of the animated movie studio Pixar.

  • News: Warner chief slams Jobs' DRM fight

    Warner Music chief executive Edgar Bronfman has rejected in no uncertain terms Apple chief executive Steve Jobs' suggestion last week that the major music label companies should abandon digital tunes copy protection.

  • News: Report: EMI may ditch DRM

    The major UK music label EMI is preparing to sell music MP3s online without DRM (digital rights management), according to reports

  • News: Toyota unveils iPod-compatible cars

    Toyota's Scion brand has unveiled its 2008 models, and announced that iPod connectivity is now standard across the product line.

  • News: Jobs backs DRM-free iPod & iTunes

    Apple boss Steve Jobs says every iPod ever made could play DRM-free music, and urges regulators to force record companies to sell online music without copy-protection restrictions

  • News: Sony Ericsson launches 9.4mm-thin Walkman

    Sony Ericsson has announced a new Walkman music phone - its slimmest handset yet. The product is one of several announced ahead of the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona next week.

  • News: iTunes teams with Ticketmaster

    Camping out for concert tickets has never been less attractive. With sales for summer concerts about to begin, Ticketmaster will give free music from Apple's iTunes Music Store to everyone who purchases event tickets at its US website, Ticketmaster said today.

  • News: Rival sues Apple and Nike over iPod sport Kit

    iPod-manufacturer Apple Computer and sports shoe maker Nike are being taken to court by PhatRat Technology over claimed patent abuse.

  • News: Apple and The Beatles end trademark battle

    Following a lengthy trademark disagreement, iPod manufacturer Apple Inc today announced that it has entered an agreement with Apple Corps, the music company owned by The Beatles and their heirs.

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