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Shazam, creators of the popular song-identifying app for iPhone, has released a $5 version with more features and introduced limitations for new users of the free app.
Skype's cofounders have reached an agreement to withdraw their legal challenges against eBay and Skype's future majority owners.
The owner of online retailer BlueBeat has begun complying with a new court order to stop selling Beatles music online, after offering a quirky defense that he owns the copyright to the songs at issue.
The man behind BlueBeat Website, which is accused of illegally selling MP3 of Beatles tunes (among other artists) says that he's only providing original creations and not infringing on copyright.
Yet another in the line of public radio applications for iPhone, the cleverly named Public Radio App adds in DVR-like features for listening to programs when you want to.
A new Mac version of the popular Orb software streams music, photos, and videos to any Internet device, including iPhone
Novation has unveiled Launchpad, an easy-to-use audio controller that works with Ableton Live 8 performance software to let you create musical compositions.
The Beatles' digitally remastered catalog will be released on a limited edition Apple-shaped USB stick.
Sirius XM's new SkyDock radio is a combination of software and docking cradle that lets you listen to your XM radio on your iPhone or iPod touch
Online music service Lala has submitted its app, which allows you to stream tunes from the service's library, to Apple for approval.
Google’s newfound music searching capabilities will allow you to preview and purchase tracks right from the first page of search results.
EA Mobile has officially released the iPhone and iPod touch version of Rock Band, its popular console music title.
Western Digital announced Tuesday its new WD TV Live HD Media Player.
An Apple spokesperson denied claims that the company is charging a $10,000 production fee for its new iTunes LP format and says that it will be open to major and indie labels.
Apple and Eminem publisher Eight Mile Style have settled a lawsuit that went to trial late last month over digital downloads of the rapper's songs.