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The iPhone 5 and the iTunes Store go, uh, internationaler; Apple's not abandoning Logic any more than your average Vulcan; and Brian Williams challenges Tim Cook to an on-air arm wrestling match. (Okay, I made the last one up.)
iTunes 11 marks a fairly major revamp of Apple's all-in-one media player/store/syncing software. Senior writer Lex Friedman and senior editor Dan Moren run down what's new and different.
With one day before Apple's November deadline expires, iTunes 11 landed in the Mac App Store as an update.
Longtime digital holdout AC/DC finally released its entire catalog in the iTunes Music Store.
Apple has delayed the release of the next major update to iTunes, which is now expected before the end of November.
Having killed radio, Apple may be trying to bring it back. Elsewhere iFixit hacks up an unsuspecting Mac mini, and a hot new game murders Apple's Game Center to death.
This week, in some ways, felt a bit like the calm before the storm. Apple announced a special event coming next week, we shared the stories of various unusual Macs, and of course we offered our usual slew of reviews, how-tos, and news.
Apple's Ping music social network will close its virtual doors at the end of the month, according to a message posted on the service.
On Wednesday, Apple announced a major update to its iTunes software, set to appear in October.
Apple is considering licensing a custom radio streaming service similar to Pandora, according to a report in Thursday's Wall Street Journal.
Chris Breen shows you how to export an uncompressed podcast from GarageBand.
At one time, if you’d dominated the Billboard charts in the 1970s and lost at least one member of the band to an excessive life style, it was the fashionable thing to not find your work gathered in the iTunes Store. Many have changed their stance, but a few artists continue to hold out, making the catalogs of some artists who are on the Store incomplete. Who and what’s missing?
The latest app from the music-app gurus at Smule turns your spoken words into rap music.
While the iPad isn't cheap, the incredibly low price of its apps compared to PC or Mac software puts far more power in the hands of the average cash-challenged musician than ever before.
Those who take advantage of Amazon's Cloud Player for storing and streaming music will enjoy the company's new Cloud Player app.