Apple CEO has met with music mogul Jimmy Iovine about Beats' planned music service, sources tell Reuters.
The music service, now on its third incarnation, is on to a new business model that could be great...in about five years.
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.
Lala.com is beta-testing a service that will offer unlimited streams of particular songs for $0.10 per song.
LaLa.com revives WOXY
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.