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The billionaire CEO is said to be joining forces with record producer David Geffen and media mogul Oprah Winfrey to place a bid on the basketball team -- if and when it goes up for sale.
Fans use Google's YouTube to legally share music. The Android phone is helping to sell tunes, and the search engine is still all-powerful. What does this mean for the music industry?
Jason talks to the national treasure about his new series, Kingdom of Plants 3D, and the problems of shooting in three dimensions.
It doesn't seem fair that depriving a music store of its physical property would be considered less criminal than creating a new copy of some data. Particularly when there's often no legal alternative
Beats cofounder Jimmy Iovine is counting on his long-time music industry connections, superior curation and a more equitable ecosystem for artists and labels to succeed where others have failed.
Shrek could be headed to Netflix soon. The Web video rental service is in talks with DreamWorks Animation to take over a distribution deal that HBO once possessed, Bloomberg says.
The famed record company giant says that he tried to sell Jobs on launching a music-subscription business for three years to no avail.
Exclusive: Music industry legend Jimmy Iovine wants to launch his Spotify competitor with a big splash, which is why he's trying to partner with a wireless carrier.
The singer's popularity is helping to drive millions of fans to start-up music video site.
Beats intends to acquire Mog and sources tell CNET that the headphone maker wants to use the music service as the backbone for a new Web store that will sell music, headphones, and much more.