iTunes 4.9 Special Report: MP3s/AACs being treated as QuickTime files; ID3 tag problems -- solutions
iTunes 4.9 (#2): MP3s/AACs treated as QuickTime files; Old help version; "This computer is not authorized..."; more
Many 2011 Blu-ray players will lack component video outputs and even if they have them, they'll be limited to standard-definition signals, thanks to outdated copyright protection rules.
Sony lifts the curtain on a hardware revision of the PS3 "slim" with several improvements.
It's soon going to be much more difficult to use the Blu-ray player you paid for to do the things you thought it could do when you bought it. We're outraged, and here's why.
Why deal with all the hassles of buying and maintaining a music library when you can get nearly everything you want online, sometimes even for free?
Perfect DRM is impossible, but it can be effective in the commercial sense--protecting the commercial distribution of copyrighted works against unfair and illegal competition from pirates.
Special Report: Troubleshooting iTunes 4.9
New and Noteworthy: Apple 5G/Color iPod 20/60GB Review; The mobile phone threat to the iPod
iTunes 4.9 Special Report: Before Installing: Make sure QuickTime, iApps are updated