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  • News: First look: HTC's Touch vs Apple iPhone

    HTC's Touch mobile phone is pocket-sized, stylish, offers internet and email and plays music and video - all controlled by a swanky touchscreen interface. Macworld's editor takes the latest iPhone pretender to task

  • News: Accessing and sharing iTunes just got easier

    A music service called nuTsie enables easy access of your entire iTunes library from a mobile phone. A free public beta of the Melodeo service is available from the nuTsie site.

  • News: iPhone users will be rich, male and educated

    Most iPhone users will be male with an average age of 31-years, Solutions Research Group research shows. The iPhone research suggests the future demographic of US purchasers of the $499 device.

  • News: Friction TV brings free speech to the web

    Following a three-month trial, Friction TV has launched to the public. Like YouTube, Friction TV is a video-sharing site, but Friction TV focuses on freedom of speech and provides a largely uncensored online speakers’ corner.

  • News: Microsoft to share free music on Xbox Live

    Microsoft is offering a new method of discovering musical acts via its Zune media player - not available in Europe until next year - and through Xbox Live. Microsoft has unveiled Ignition, a program that gives much-needed exposure to up-and-coming artists.

  • News: Asustek unveils overclocking laptop

    Asustek today showed off a laptop PC built for microprocessor overclocking and an internet radio with an iPod port.

  • News: Apple announces iPhone release date

    Apple will launch its iPhone in the US on 29 June, it said in TV commercials that began airing on Sunday.

  • News: Apple TV to hit DVD player market

    Deutche Bank has warned that the Apple TV could cannibalise a slice of the $26bn DVD player market in the coming years.

  • News: RealPlayer 11 enables easy video downloads

    RealNetworks have announced a new version of its RealPlayer media player software. Its makers claim RealPlayer 11 will be the first media player to offer one-click video downloads of embedded web-based content. The online player will also support rival formats Flash and QuickTime. The concept capitalises on the popularity of online video sites such as YouTube.

  • News: iTunes on Windows is like ice water in hell

    Apple's CEO Steve Jobs compared Windows to hell in an on-stage conversation with the Wall Street Journal's personal technology columnist Walt Mossberg at the newspaper's D: All Things Digital conference yesterday.

  • News: EMI follows Apple's YouTube lead

    Following news of Apple's link up with Google-owned YouTube, UK record company EMI has shaken hands with the video-sharing website in a landmark deal.

  • News: Apple unveils quad-power TV

    Apple has started selling its Apple TV home-entertainment system with a hard disk four times the capacity of the original: a whopping 160GB.

  • News: Apple TV links with YouTube

    Apple is bringing YouTube content to the living room with its Apple TV home-entertainment system. Beginning in mid-June, Apple TV will wirelessly stream videos directly from YouTube and play them on a user’s widescreen TV.

  • News: Chip could kill external storage on 3G phones

    Samsung Electronics has squeezed 4GB of storage into a mobile phone chipset that the manufacturer believes could eliminate the need for external memory card slots.

  • News: Apple unveils UTunes

    Apple has today announced the launch of iTunes U, a dedicated area within the iTunes Store featuring free content such as course lectures, language lessons, lab demonstrations, sports highlights and campus tours provided by top US colleges and universities including Stanford University, UC Berkeley, Duke University and MIT.

  • News: Apple's iTunes Plus available for free download

    Apple has launched iTunes Plus, featuring DRM-free music tracks featuring high-quality 256kbps AAC encoding for what it call "audio quality virtually indistinguishable from the original recordings". Each DRM-free song costs 99p.

  • News: Fujitsu mobile phone has 3.1in screen

    Fujitsu's F904i handset provides a glimpse of the future of mobile phone entertainment: a 3.1in widescreen display, a music player and a 3Mp camera

  • News: Microsoft unveils table-top 'Milan' computer

    Microsoft has chosen what it sees as the next-generation in PC form factors - a computer the size and shape of a coffee table with a flat, touchscreen display - as the third major product it has designed and is branding for the consumer electronics market.

  • News: Mobiles to get super-faster music downloads

    US software company Beatnik is approaching mobile phone operators with a new music download system that compresses songs up to 10 times more than the MP3 format, allowing for faster downloads on lower-end mobile phones equipped with the company's software.

  • News: 1.3m DRM free tracks on offer for $0.88

    PayPlay.FM is now selling its catalogue of 1.3 million tracks of DRM-free music in MP3 format in the US for $0.88 each. The company said it's offering twice the number of DRM-free tracks it pledged to offer in October, 2006 during a ‘Day Against DRM’ event.



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