Beatles fans, this is your week. We've got "The U.S. Albums," an extensive collection marking the 50th anniversary of the Fab Four's arrival on American soil.
The Audiophiliac chats with the project's mastering engineers to get the inside scoop on the Beatles sound.
The channel will, for a limited time, show The Beatles' back-to-back performances on the Ed Sullivan Show 50 years ago.
Most of Apple's executives spent more than a decade with Steve Jobs, who admired the Beatles as a group who kept each other's negative tendencies in check.
What do you get a guy who's probably seen every gadget imaginable? If he's a music fiend like Dan Ackerman, try a USB device packed with tracks by the Fab Four.
The entire Beatles catalog has just been remastered on LP, the Audiophiliac spins the vinyl and reports on the sound.
A company had opposed Apple's ownership of the logo, but the electronics giant was issued the registered trademark yesterday, according to Patently Apple.
Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin reveals his creative process -- watching ESPN -- and how daunting Steve Jobs is.
The Academy and Emmy award-winning screenwriter chats at the D10 conference, noting that his work on the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic is still in its early stages.
A new ad promoting the Fab Four's music on iTunes is a beautiful combination of classic Beatles imagery and creative animation. Whether or not you ever buy any of their songs through Apple, it's worth a watch.