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The Audiophiliac chats with the project's mastering engineers to get the inside scoop on the Beatles sound.
EMI and Apple Corps have released a £200 USB memory stick in the shape of an apple, with all The Beatles' albums in MP3. We're so unimpressed we felt compelled to complain
The Beatles twelve original albums are finally getting remastered for CD and MP3!
EMI has confirmed it is making DRM-free music available for download on the iTunes Store. Users will be given a choice of which versions to download. Purchased tracks and albums can also be upgraded
The entire Beatles catalog has just been remastered on LP, the Audiophiliac spins the vinyl and reports on the sound.
This latest batch of releases is loaded with gems.
If a recently leaked document is any indication, the US National Security Agency -- or its UK counterpart -- appears to have put on a Google suit to gather intelligence.
In a curious fit of nostalgia, the Bon Jovi frontman declares it's sad that people can no longer buy an album just by looking at its cover. This is all, apparently, the fault of Steve Jobs.
Judge turns down EMI's request for a preliminary injunction against music reseller ReDigi, and says he's inclined to let the case go to trial because of the "fascinating" technological and legal questions it involves.
Temporary restraining order finds BlueBeat's arguments "lacking in clarity" and sees the threat of irreparable harm to the copyright holders.