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In a turnaround for the publisher, Rolling Stone should arrive on your iPad sometime next year.
With a pair of utilities, staff writer Lex Friedman is able to control iTunes entirely from his keyboard--and no longer forgets to resume his music all day after pausing it to take a phone call.
Unbelievably, this is our last Weekly Wrap before Thanksgiving ("Siri, explain to me how November flew by so fast"). So we thought this we’d focus on stories from the past week that relate to things we’re feeling thankful for—specifically iTunes Match, iOS, and the Mac.
Google Music, the company's cloud-based online music service, is now available to all users in the U.S. and includes song and album sales, as well as an integration with the Google+ social networking site.
Apple's iTunes Match service went live this week, and a trio of Macworld editors stops by the podcast to talk about their experience using the new service.
Apple's iTunes 10.5.1 update addresses a weakness in the application's update mechanism that could be exploited to trick users into visiting malicious websites.
Cloud Engines, maker of Pogoplug personal cloud computing hardware, adds mobile storage to its list of shared cloud services.
Now that Apple's officially launched its iTunes Match cloud music service, Dan Moren takes a look at what it offers.
Podcast host Chris Breen discusses some of the stories he's covered lately--specifically iOS 5 and battery performance, iTunes and an NAS, and why GarageBand for iOS is for everyone.
GarageBand 1.1 is out, and there are lots of new features to explore. Macworld staff editor Serenity Caldwell takes a look at the new iPhone interface, changes to the instruments, and general GarageBand tweaks.
Apple has released a universal version of GarageBand for your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, and added a slew of nice new features such as custom chords for Smart Instruments and time signature tweaks.
Apple has missed its self-stated goal to launch the iTunes Match portion of its cloud music offering by the end of October.
Interactive Innovations has joined the cloud music fray with two new offerings: gMusic, which streams tunes from your Google Music account, and aMusic, which does the same for songs stored with Amazon Cloud Drive.
Legendary synthesizer maker Moog Music announces an app that hopes to bring an entire studio to your iPad.
Google is reported to be in the process of building an online music store to rival Apple and Amazon's popular services.