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Could finally replace lithium-ion.
15 times faster machine learning performance.
Second Life has been used for lots of things, but a utopian island musical festival hosted by Duran Duran? Give me a break...
In an effort to topple Microsoft and Apple's dominance over online media, an unholy alliance has been born. There is a great disturbance in the force...
The rock giants have finally seen the (online) light and are selling their nefarious wares on Apple's music store.
Apple has started selling episodes from popular TV series' on its iTunes store for $1.99 per episode.
Microsoft has finally confirmed its plans to take on Apple in the portable media player market. The service will be known collectively as Zune.
Yahoo! may well set the trend for the music industry in the future, by selling MP3s without DRM protections in place.
Is Apple going all NetFlix on us? It seems like this could be the case, as pay-to-own may become pay-to-rent on the Music Store.
The popular iTrip leads to the UK's communications regulator allowing the use of low-power FM transmitters by the general public.
A mother has called the RIAA's bluff and stood up to their legal bully-boy tactics. The RIAA fails to provide any concrete evidence and gets slapped by a US court.
The British record industry is attempting to get ISPs to hand over the details of people it says are filesharing.
The UK's version of the RIAA is going after All Of MP3, seeking a court declaration that the site is illegal. Enforcing such a judgment would be harder.
Ipsos has released a study claiming that music on MP3 players is 'more legal' than you'd expect...
The music industry is expected to sue Yahoo! China after allegedly providing users with links to pirated music.
The record label is to make music available to downloaders for free, providing they're willing to sit through some ads.
The website which has antagonised the music industry for so long appears at the brink of closure, as American negotiators get dirty.
A new subscription service backed by Microsoft will aim to compete with Napster, Rhapsody and iTunes.
Variable pricing for songs on the store? Not if Jobs has his way, and it rather looks like he will, according to new reports.
iTunes celebrated the downloading of it's one billionth song last night. The winner will receive a prize package that includes a new 20-inch iMac, 10 60GB iPods, and a $10,000 iTunes Music Card.
Yes, it's a PS2 game. No, we haven't gone mad. Katamari is one of the best games of the year so far, and this is the first release for the series in Europe. Find out how much fun it is to be Prince of the Cosmos and roll worlds up into balls to replace stars. Bizzarely.
According to the Wall Street Journal, online retailing giant Amazon has plans to take on iTunes with their own digital music store. Can anyone break Apple's grip on the market?
Apple are rumoured to be setting up an iTunes office in the Channel Islands. Many suspect this is to offer VAT-free music to UK users, but Apple deny this.
A comprehensive deal means that Intel will be in your BMW cars, as well as powering the F1 team. Full details inside.
A man from Hong Kong has been charged with what is believed to be the first criminal conviction for using Bit-Torrent file sharing software.
Shuttle has created a fully loaded HTPC called the XPC Media Center. Dual TV tuners, FM radio, 250GB hard drive, wireless networking, 7.1 surround sound... it has everything you could want. Details & photos inside.
ANALYSIS: Apple's new video iPod is here, along with downloading of music videos and TV shows from the iTunes Music Store. Are we feeling the anti-climax?
Rather than iTunes music stores for England, France, Germany and everywhere else, we might soon see the iTMS Europe, if the EU has its way.
Momentum continues to gather behind Sony's Blu-ray, after Universal Music announced they will be supporting the format. Half the world's music will now be available on the new format, in theory.
iPod sales have increase six-fold in the past year, and generate a third of Apple's revenue. But Sony is fighting back.
Never wake up to crappy breakfast radio again: be your own early-morning DJ with up to 15,000 songs, thanks to the iH5 alarm clock radio from iHome. Simply drop your iPod into the top and the iH5 acts as a docking cradle, charging while it plays.
The Dutch have the dubious honour of being one of the first countries to instigate a tax on MP3 players, in a bid to cut down on the amount ot P2P piracy activity.