Apple's iTunes Store heads into its second decade on top -- and facing threats like it's never had before.
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High court says an antitrust suit against major record companies can go forward. Consumer group says labels conspired to set Web music sales in early 2000s.
Groklaw uncovers a couple of e-mails from Bill Gates and then-Windows leader Jim Allchin revealing that Microsoft was worried about iTunes when it first launched.
The company's been around for years, but a recent change in strategy means any Web site can easily offer a huge catalog of tracks for streaming and playback, with no up-front fee. Get ready for music everywhere.
Here comes MySpace Music. Execs say some advertisers paid eight-figure sums to ally with service expected to launch this week. Can the service challenge iTunes?
Alan Citron, a former journalist who most recently headed AOL's celebrity gossip outlet, will join the pop culture-centric social site as head of "special projects."
In an interview with "Wired Magazine," Universal Music Group CEO Doug Morris claims that the record industry didn't know what to do about the burgeoning digital music explosion. But the historical record suggests otherwise.
Following in Apple's footsteps, Nokia has announced Ovi, a set of online services for its mobile phones. But in chasing the hot new handset maker, Nokia threatens to alienate carriers.
EMI is now offering DRM-less MP3 downloads through MediaNet.