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All-time legal music downloads in the UK have just hit 1 billion, led by everyone's favourite heart-weary North Londoner.
After a decade at the BBC, the distinctive Kiwi tones of the DJ, producer and influential music industry personality will be heard at Apple.
An online tool has come up with up some rather interesting stats about the fans of popular tech brands.
A challenger has appeared in the make-believe workout app space -- and this time, you're training for an alien apocalypse.
In one of the best song covers we have ever heard, period, a YouTube superstar performs Nena's 1983 single "99 Luftballons" using nothing but red balloons.
Direct pact with BMG, which manages royalty rights for stars like Beyonce, comes soon after its first deal with labels, another sign the music industry is picking up Pandora's good vibrations.
Need a little cheer? Have a watch of this a cappella parody of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" about the Large Hadron Collider.
Users may see fewer indie artists on YouTube, as the record industry and Google spar over licensing agreements for a new paid service.
Scott Stein helps Jeff talk about the most unwanted sequels of all time (we're looking at you Mrs. Doubtfire 2), plus Google's attempt to kill the vertical video, and deciding which is the best portable console for you.
Apple has put together its 'best of 2011' list with iTunes Rewind. Which music, movies, books and games made the grade?