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  • News: Full details: iPhone & Apple TV

    Steve Jobs yesterday unveiled full details of Apple's 'revolutionary' iPhone device during his keynote speech at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco. The device combines an iPod music player, mobile phone and web-browsing device.

  • News: Vendors 'need to reach DRM consensus'

    It's time for a DRM showdown, according to experts and industry executives

  • News: Zune misses top-10 sales list

    Microsoft's Zune player was not among the top-10 list of digital audio devices sold over the winter holidays in the US, with Apple's iPod remaining champion of that market, according to research analyst firm Current Analysis.

  • News: iTunes could soon offer song lyrics

    iTunes users may soon gain access to the lyrics of songs they own, following a landmark deal with major music publishers.

  • News: iPod Shuffle lookalike firm sues Apple

    A Taiwanese manufacturer is suing Apple for $100 million after a court ruled it could continue producing a portable music player resembling Apple's iPod Shuffle.

  • News: CES: iPod audio system/remote/radio unveiled

    Chestnut Hill Sound announced yesterday that it plans to introduce George, a new digital audio system for the iPod, at next week's Macworld Expo and Consumer Electronics Show. George will be available from 9 January starting at $549, or $599 with a remote control charging stand

  • News: Turn your iPod into a diagnostic tool

    Yesterday, Micromat announced the upcoming release of TechTool Protogo, a Mac OS X application that turns an old iPod, flash drive or other device into a bootable diagnostic tool containing several Micromat utilities

  • News: New Apple lawsuit over iTunes-iPod link

    Apple faces a lawsuit in the US, following similar charges in Europe, over tying its iTunes music store to the iPod digital music player.

  • News: iPods top Amazon.com Best of 2006 list

    Amazon.com has released its "Best of 2006" list which includes the best-selling, most positively reviewed, most wished-for and favourite gift products, as determined by Amazon.com customers in 2006. Apple's iPods topped various aspects of the list.

  • News: iTunes traffic skyrocket over Christmas

    Online competitive intelligence service Hitwise reports that visits to Apple's iTunes website jumped 413 percent on Christmas Day 2006, compared to Christmas Day 2005.

  • News: 1GB iPod shuffle updated by Apple

    Apple has released new software for the iPod shuffle.

  • News: Queen's Christmas speech to be podcast

    Queen to make Christmas speech podcast

  • News: Sony rootkit settlements reach $5.75m

    Sony BMG Music Entertainment's botched attempt to stop unauthorised music copying has cost the company another $4.25m.

  • News: Microsoft updates Vista for Zune

    Microsoft has released an update that makes software for its Zune device available on Windows Vista. The software can be downloaded at the Zune Web site.

  • News: iTunes video outpaced by P2P downloads

    A new study by the NPD Group shows that peer-to-peer (P2P) digital video downloads reign supreme in the US, outpacing legal alternatives such as the iTunes Store by five to one.

  • News: Sony coughs up $1.5m in rootkit suits

    Sony BMG Music Entertainment has agreed to pay $1.5m in penalties to settle lawsuits with two US states over its use of copy protection software

  • News: iPhone released by Linksys, not Apple

    The iPhone has arrived, but not from Apple. Linksys, a division of Cisco Systems, introduced two Voip (voice over internet protocol) handsets adding to five others the company already offers. The group of phones is now part of a Linksys family of products called iPhone.

  • News: iPod Sport kit breaches privacy

    Users of the iPod Sport kit could be putting their privacy at risk by transmitting information of their whereabouts to those with ad-hoc surveillance devices up to 60 feet away, according to researchers.

  • News: iTunes death dismissed after revenue hike

    Digital media research firm comScore Networks has released a report showing that revenue from Apple's iTunes Store rose 84 percent in the first three quarters of 2006 versus the same period a year ago.

  • News: Apple denies drop in iTunes sales

    Apple has broken its usual silence to rebuff claims that iTunes sales are declining

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