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In and out of tune with the music

File-sharing sites feel the heat from the record industry. Dell, meanwhile, catches the Shuffle beat.

File-sharing sites feel the heat from the record industry. Dell, meanwhile, catches the Shuffle beat.

Music sites caving to pressure from labels?

A week after the RIAA sent out "cease and desist" letters, WinMX.com ceases operating and an eDonkey office appears closed.
September 22, 2005

photos The DJ Ditty promises to fit 240 songs into a $99 package, along with FM tuner and tiny display.
September 22, 2005

New Dell music player debuts

Computer giant unveils two printers, upgrades to its Axim handhelds and a music player to rival the iPod Shuffle.
September 20, 2005

It's a nice day for an iPod wedding

In the age of digital music players, do couples headed to the altar really need to hire a band or DJ anymore?
September 20, 2005

Jobs: Record labels 'getting greedy'

The music industry is considering higher prices for downloads, and that would be a big mistake, says Apple's chief.
September 20, 2005

Mashboxx to scoop up Grokster?

"Legitimate" peer-to-peer service, founded by former Grokster president, is in talks with the company, the Journal reports.
September 19, 2005