The iPod now has a sibling. Apple Computer Inc.'s Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs unveiled a slimmed down companion to its iPod portable music player during a keynote address at Apple's user conference in San Francisco on Tuesday. The announcement...
RealNetworks Inc. will announce this week a major new release of its media player that has a digital music store built into it, beating perennial cross-town rival Microsoft Corp. to the punch.
Beginning Feb. 15, US consumers can plug into Napster LLC's digital music service by purchasing a "Napster Burnpak" from retailer Target Corp., part of Napster's continued creative marketing push to take on market leader Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes....
RealNetworks plans to announce a major new release of its media player that has a digital music store built into it, beating perennial cross-town rival Microsoft to the punch.
The Belgian consumer group Test-Aankoop is suing the world's four biggest music companies, accusing them of unfairly using copy protection technology to keep consumers from fully using their legally bought CDs.
The number of U.S. Internet users downloading peer-to-peer (P-to-P) music files has significantly dropped in recent months, according to a new study proposing that recording industry lawsuits against individual downloaders could have contributed to t...
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) does not have the authority under U.S. law to subpoena the names of alleged peer-to-peer file traders from ISPs (Internet service providers), a federal appellate court ruled Friday.
RealNetworks has filed a lawsuit against Microsoft, alleging that the Redmond, Washington, software giant has illegally used its power as a monopoly to control the digital media market.
A local Internet startup will pit itself against a group of music retailers' download services when mulemusic.com.au launches before year's end.
Canadians can legally download peer-to-peer music files, although uploading them is still illegal, the Canadian Copyright Board ruled Friday.
Digital media company Loudeye and Microsoft on Monday partnered to launch offerings that will help companies set up branded online music services.
Three Australian music retailers and an e-tailer yesterday launched paid music download services, offering almost 100,000 tracks from two major record labels.
In the latest effort to respond to the threat from online piracy, a group of large media and technology companies on Wednesday unveiled a new specification for a technology that will distribute digital content to consumers online while honoring compl...
Coca-Cola Corp. is aiming to enter the growing music download market by launching its own download service in the U.K. in January.
Online publishing giant ninemsn has announced plans to launch its own online music store in Australia.
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