Apple wants you to believe it will be earthshaking.
A test case for paid apps in Europe.
Also, North Korea just compared the U.S. President to a “monkey.”
At least it wasn’t Nickelback.
From a 16-bit personal computer to Apple’s controversial 2014 acquisition, there’s no denying that music is part of Apple’s DNA.
Apple could revolutionize its next Apple TV by borrowing a page from Netflix.
The streaming era is the next music industry ice age.
With the iTunes Radio juggernaut ready to launch, Pandora starts giving mobile users more music.
Apple announces its one-billionth podcast subscription. Not bad for a dying media format.
Wall Street is punishing Apple and Samsung for slowing mobile growth, unfortunately overlooking the long-term value of today’s dominance.
Something huge is happening in online TV this year: It’s becoming normal.
iTunes is now ten years old. Love it or hate it, iTunes helped transform Apple into the world’s largest tech and media company. And it was just getting started.
Apple’s new Podcasts app is a huge improvement over its earlier, lackluster self. It’s still got a ways to go, though, and I’m still not switching.
Steve Jobs treated the record companies like dirt. Now Apple needs them again, but – surprise! – those guys aren’t in any hurry to sign any more deals with the company that bullied them.
Apple and Facebook get even cozier: Now you can send iTunes gift cards over the social network.