Here's how I spent the last five years (and nearly 2,500 smackers) at the iTunes Store.
In which I ask for iPod gaming advice from Macworld's Game Master.
Sony is paying $260 million for the company whose software identifies digital music files and whose customers include iTunes.
Apple has been quietly tweaking the iTunes Store. Here are some changes you might not have noticed.
NBC Universal longs for strict anti-piracy measures and control over prices. Gosh, that sure worked out well for the music industry.
The U.K. retail giant plans to launch its own DRM-free music download service.
California State Assembly Bill 1956, which would have added digital downloads to the list of the state's taxable items, was narrowly defeated this week. But the question of taxing items such as iTunes downloads isn't going away.
Six weeks after the self-imposed 1,000-iTunes-movie-rentals deadline, the Store remains understocked.
AmazonMP3 may be a popular download service, but Apple isn't losing any customers because of it.
Starbucks has launched a new iTunes promotion -- the Pick of the Week, where Starbucks customers can use a card to download free music.