Amazon.com has announced two promotions for its MP3 store: 'Daily Deal' and 'Friday Five.'
Amazon.com has signed a deal with Sony BMG and EMI to distribute out-of-print CDs from the likes of Cake and Joe Strummer, and will print the discs on-demand as customers order them
Amazon.com has taken the lid off its new DRM-free download store and is set to take iTunes and eMusic head on. Does the new service have what it takes to dethrone the digital giants?
Amazon is offering a new widget that will let you add clips from any song in the Amazon.com MP3 store to your blog or Web page.
Amazon.com has the SanDisk Sansa Connect on sale for $89.46, and it qualifies for free shipping. The player can stream, download, and share music over Wi-Fi networks.
A preliminary listing of Microsoft's Zune HD MP3 player made its way to Amazon.com, giving additional details on the product.
YouTube is adding links to Amazon.com and the iTunes Store from the pages of thousands of its videos, making it easier for people to buy an MP3 they hear or a video game that looks good.
Amazon.com launches a Wikipedia-like site for music, Microsoft and Apple have new MP3 players on the way, and the Smashing Pumpkins bring a new single and old classics such as debut album Gish to Guitar Hero.
New Internet Computer Co., the Internet-appliance maker backed by Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, said Wednesday it has started shipping an updated operating system for its $200 Web-browsing terminal. Version 2.0 of the OS, which is available free to existing owners of the New Internet Computer (NIC), adds an improved MP3 player, support for Macromedia Flash 5.0 and RealPlayer 8.0, and easier set-up for those with a network or DSL connection. The new software also adds quick links to partners such as Amazon.com. "Version 2.0 of our product is a major upgrade, and I'm incredibly proud of it," NIC Co. CEO Gina Smith said in a statement. "NIC now has the only Internet computer priced at under $200 that's capable of running with the latest RealPlayer and Macromedia Flash players. It's also the only one that works with the widest variety of broadband and dial-up ISP connections."
Amazon.com is expanding its digital downloads area once again, adding songs by Los Lobos, Merle Haggard, and Lynyrd Skynyrd over the next two weeks. When the additions are in place, the company will offer 49 free full-length songs by 30 different artists in MP3 and Liquid Audio formats.