Given MusicNet's annoying limitations, we can't recommend it--even for AOLers.
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The tech giant is in talks with record companies to license music for a service that would compete with Pandora, sources tell The Wall Street Journal.
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The company's been around for years, but a recent change in strategy means any Web site can easily offer a huge catalog of tracks for streaming and playback, with no up-front fee. Get ready for music everywhere.
Users have reported issues when attempting to access and manage their accounts in Apple's iTunes Music Store. Symptoms include failed downloads, inability to upgrade user library, and inability to access the iPhone software update server.
Swedish start-up's software records music from Internet radio stations based on your music preferences, legally and for free.
Security vendor warns that cybercriminals are targeting teens and young adults with social engineering.
Recording and motion picture industries continue efforts to persuade broadband providers to detect users' piracy.
If you can overlook its sometimes flaky performance issues, the Netgear MP101 delivers wireless digital music at a great price.
Jim Griffin, a new Warner Music Group exec, says he hopes a monthly fee tacked onto Internet service bills will enable unlimited music downloads and curb piracy.