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Sony and Apple are at loggerheads over streaming music, AT&T gets ready to open the floodgates on video chat over its network, and the head of Turkey visits Cupertino.
iOS devices are in the army now, Intel's former CEO recounts his Apple misstep, and Apple's got its work cut out for its WWDC keynote.
The CW will launch its own streaming app on the Apple TV, offering ad-supported episodes the day after they air.
On Wednesday Google announced a new subscription streaming music service called All Access, designed to compete with the likes of Spotify.
Like other high-profile albums before it, Daft Punk's upcoming release is now streaming on iTunes for free.
ABC is updating its iOS app this week to support live streaming of shows, including programming from local stations, but the service comes at a price.
In a move that should surprise precisely no one, YouTube announced a pilot program that will herald a new age of subscription-based paid channels on the Google-owned video site.
The RIAA has announced that it will now calculate music streamed from on-demand services into its Gold & Platinum awards program.
Host Philip Michaels speaks with Chris Breen about the Mac mini he's set up as a media server.
A media streamer set-top box is the missing link between your TV and the vast array of content available over the Internet. And no streamer provides more than the $100 Roku 3.
You want one box to manage all of your local and online media. Could the Mac mini be that box? Chris Breen says the answer could be yes if you're technically inclined, but maybe not for the whole family.
If you're a fan of the Instacast podcast app for iOS, you'll be happy to hear it's coming to OS X really soon. Marco Tabini goes hands on with the public beta.
Sure, Apple has enjoyed a decade of success with the iTunes Store. But stepped-up competition and the changing attitudes of media consumers mean that iTunes and Apple will have to adapt.
The Plair video streamer is an interesting concept, but in its current form too buggy for primetime. When it worked, it was pretty cool. But unfortunately it was pretty much hit or miss.