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  • News: AllofMP3.com denies music piracy

    An executive of the Russian song-downloading website AllofMP3.com insists his site is legal, despite admitting it has never paid royalties from sales directly to artists

  • News: Windows virus in latest iPods

    Video iPods sold last month were infected with a Windows virus, Apple reveals

  • News: Intel chips boost Mac attraction

    Consumers are far more likely to migrate to the Mac platform following Apple’s decision to use Intel processors, according to new research.

  • News: 8,000 sued for filesharing

    Stepping up its battle against online music piracy, the IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) has announced thousands of new lawsuits against those it suspects of illegal filesharing.

  • News: Free McDonald's MP3 players contain worm

    Winners of 10,000 MP3 players given away in a Japanese fast-food promotion got more than they bargained for, as their prizes contained a worm

  • News: Google faces YouTube dilemma

    Google's acquisition of YouTube provides a "tantalising opportunity" for the search giant to boost its advertising model, but the success of the partnership is far from certain, according to Gartner.

  • News: Time Warner targets Google

    Time Warner has revealed it will approach Google to resolve the copyright issues that plague video-sharing phenomenon YouTube.

  • News: Digital music sales near $1bn

    Digital music sales continue to grow, in revenue and as a percentage of overall music sales, according to research from the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).

  • News: Apple set to release red iPod Nano

    Oprah Winfrey and U2 frontman Bono took away any surprise of Apple's new iPod announcement as the pair went shopping today in Chicago and purchased 10 new red iPod nanos.

  • News: News Corp upset with YouTube deal

    Google executives have held an urgent meeting with News Corp to ease concerns over the search giant's $1.6bn YouTube acquisition, according to reports

  • News: Apple planning 'Home' folder on iPods

    Apple has secured a patent on technology that makes it feasible for the company to offer portable user accounts in future.

  • News: Sony claims key advantage over iPods

    Sony is packing its new Walkman digital music players with noise cancellation and other audio enhancing technology in its latest attempt to challenge the dominance of Apple's iPod.

  • News: UK operators test mobile-TV rival

    Three, Orange and Vodafone claim 3G technology could drive better broadcasts to UK handsets

  • News: Microsoft ups video stakes

    Microsoft is expected to confirm a deal later today that would see video search engine Blinkx power portions of the MSN and Live.com sites.

  • News: iPod gets wireless fabric remote

    Belkin has launched an armband wireless remote control that uses a fabric-based interface to control iPods. The SportCommand works with most dock connector-equipped iPods and will costs $79.99 when it becomes available in the US in November.

  • News: Google buys YouTube, reveals video plans

    Popular video-sharing startup will continue to operate independently following a $1.6bn deal, but it may dump its 'silly' name, according to one analyst.

  • News: Google & YouTube confirm music deals

    Video-sharing sites make online music breakthrough after signing high-profile deals with the record industry

  • News: FM transmitters 'legal by Christmas'

    FM transmitters seem set to be made legal in the UK just in time for Christmas.

  • News: Apple rivals join together against iTunes

    Giant US consumer electronics retailer Best Buy, in cooperation with SanDisk and RealNetworks, is the latest company to join the growing list of competitors to Apple's iTunes music service.

  • News: Jobs knew of backdating, says Apple

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs apologised to shareholders yesterday after an internal investigation found that he had been aware of the company's practice of 'backdating' employee stock options.



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