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Apple to credit iTunes Season Pass holders

Apple has confirmed that it will offer two free episodes for subscribers to compensate them for the Hollywood writers strike. In addition, you could be getting some money back if your Season Pass doesn't finish its season.

Rent or buy, you decide

If you had the power to decide which movies were available for rent or purchase at the iTunes Store, how would you slice it? Here are a few ideas to get you started.

Apple now No. 2 music retailer in the U.S.

Apple has moved up the ranks, grabbing the number two music retailer spot in the U.S. A new report also shows that a greater number of youths are moving to peer-to-peer file sharing and abandoning CDs.

Analysts: Apple brand benefits from Idol deal

The partnership unveiled between Fox’s American Idol TV show and Apple figures to give Apple more content for its iTunes Store as well as more exposure for its music brands, analysts say.

American Idol comes exclusively to the iTunes Store

Performances of American Idol semifinalists are now available for download from the iTunes Store.

The Apple TV update

Apple delivered the Apple TV software update it promised at Macworld Expo, and we dive right in, showing you what to expect from the new interface and features.

What’s the status of my iTunes Season Pass?

Now that the writers’ strike is over, TV networks have begun announcing when their shows will return to the airwaves. And iTunes Store users who’ve paid for Season Passes may finally get some clarity on the status of their subscription.

Posthumous single supports cancer research

The wife of singer Dan Fogelberg has released a new Fogelberg song as a charity single to support prostate cancer research.

Hands on with Apple TV, Take Two

Apple's update to the Apple TV set-top box features numerous new features, including movie rentals and a revamped user interface. Christopher Breen has downloaded the update and has an in-depth look.

eMusic Selects features new artists

eMusic, the indie digital music download service, has launched a new feature that promotes unsigned or underrepresented independent musicians.