The music service, now on its third incarnation, is on to a new business model that could be great...in about five years.
Lala.com is beta-testing a service that will offer unlimited streams of particular songs for $0.10 per song.
Apple CEO has met with music mogul Jimmy Iovine about Beats' planned music service, sources tell Reuters.
Apple has acquired Italy-based audio software company Redmatica, according to the Italian blog Fanpage. The reported deal is likely to bolster Apple's pro audio efforts.
Word leaks out that Google is looking for someone to steer an Android music unit a day after Apple calls a press conference presumably about music. Coincidence?
When the iPhone maker bought Lala.com, most assumed a music cloud service was on the way. But sources tell CNET that it may take a back seat to video.
Earlier-reported changes to the device, including a smaller footprint, iOS 4, the A4 chip, 16GB of storage, and a $99 price tag, may come to fruition in the next few months, according to a new report.
Let bygones be bygones, some companies say, while Mideast nations ban BlackBerry. Also: Net neutrality dead?
Apple could see the most significant iTunes challenger emerge as early as October say music industry sources. Google's music store may not be just about Android.
A new version of Apple TV will be intended for streaming video and will be based on the iPhone OS and chip.