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Warner Music announced its quarterly results on Tuesday, among which was the not entirely surprising news that higher digital music prices have led sales growth to slow.
Apple has just released a minor iTunes update that fixes a problem with being able to remember passwords for the iTunes Store.
Music vendors of all types converged on the Anaheim Convention Center for the International Music Products Association’s four-day winter meet-up. Here’s a brief wrap of what’s been going on.
Apple releases software update for Logic Studio (2009)
The Olive+THIEL HD multiroom networked audio system combines Olive's servers with loudspeakers from Thiel Audio.
Gefen is introducing what it bills as a remedy to the extremely annoying problem of volume swings.
After spending another day on the show floor at CES, Dan Frakes shares some more gear of interest to iPhone and Mac users, including an adjustable iPhone case and anti-glare film for laptop screens.
iHome has a new line of home stereos on the way that can be controlled by iHome+Sleep, a forthcoming "social music alarm clock" iPhone app. Not quiet Yet Another Alarm App, iHome+Sleep has some unique tricks under its pillow.
iTunes Preview now lets you actually play the same 30-second snippets on the Web that you can hear in the iTunes Store.
Logitech has announced a new laptop desk that includes a built-in cooling fan and a set of stereo speakers.
The International Consumer Electronics Show kicks off later this week in Las Vegas. PC World's editorial team previews what to expect in everything from storage to digital photo to mobile phones.
Audio vendor iHome will introduce two new members of its Studio Series line of iPod and iPhone speaker docks at CES this week.
Some old-and-busted technologies die gracefully of natural causes. Pagers, PDAs, floppy disks -- they're gone, and good riddance.