If 'Get on Your Boots' had sound-tracked an iPod touch ad, would things be different now?
In their ongoing effort to eradicate every single job in publishing, Amazon last night announced plans to sell e-books books for the iPhone.
Sadly, we won't get to watch the spectacle of Steve Jobs following through on his threat to shut down iTunes.
The National Music Publishers' Association has requested a hike in royalty rates, and Apple has said that could force it to shut down iTunes.
Two weeks after pulling her album from iTunes to spur record sales, Atlantic Records realized this was a stupid idea.
Robots win again!
Clint Eastwood will win Best Picture, Michelle Trachtenburg will appear on Gossip Girl, and Ryan Adams will blog, hilariously.
This weekend brought huge news for Beatles fans who've somehow managed to avoid owning the band's albums on CD and refrained from pirating any of their songs on file-sharing networks this past decade — the Beatles are coming to iTunes!
There's a new Jay-Z song!
Making its online debut today is Qtrax, a free, ad-supported, peer-to-peer service with a song catalog to rival Apple's iTunes. Too bad it's terrible in almost every way!
A few minutes ago, at the hugely anticipated (by nerds, like us) Macworld conference in San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the details of iTunes' new movie-rental service, which officially launches today.
Amid the kickoff of this year's MacWorld conference, where Apple's Steve Jobs is expected to announce — in addition to other more-exciting things — a new feature for the iTunes Music Store that will let users "rent" films from some studios for the not-quite-reasonable price of $4 a day, Netflix, in an apparent bid to rain on Apple's parade, is extending their "Watch Instantly" service.
We were hesitant to report on Jay-Z's supposed upcoming venture with Apple — but that was all the way back this morning when the whole thing was just a rumor.
Late last night, Netflix announced the details of a partnership with electronics company LG to create a set-top box that will let members to stream movies directly to their televisions and save them an exhausting walk to mailbox.
Like iTunes, Universal's Total Music will offer a vast selection of songs and albums for download, but unlike Apple's store, it will be wildly unpopular.
News about Dr. Dre and the Sex and the City movie!
Björk to release new album, Charlotte Gainsbourg doing just swell, etc.
As predicted by nerds on the Internet, Steve Jobs has announced moments ago that Apple's new flagship iPod will feature a touch screen and a wi-fi connection.
At an Apple event in San Francisco this afternoon, Steve Jobs is expected to announce updates for the company's entire fleet of personal MP3 players
Fans of hobbity heavy metal rejoice! Fans of angry white-guy rap despair!
The best line from today's Variety piece revealing that many Hollywood types, flush with techno-envy, may buy iPhones despite the fact that they aren't compatible with company e-mail systems: