Apple has clinched a lucrative deal with Twentieth Century Fox for a special iTunes edition of James Cameron's "Avatar" that will be packaged with new bonus interactive features.
Scammers are exploiting Black Friday shopping enthusiasm with fake iTunes electronic gift certificates.
As expected, Google yesterday stepped up its fight against Apple with the launch of Google Music, its new online music store.
Shots of what appear to be a Google-powered music shop on Android have surfaced.
Pete Townshend - the washed up guitarist and songwriter of The Who - recently referred to Apple's iTunes as a "digital vampire."
It's being reported that a Hulu Plus app has been primed and ready to go on Apple TV for a month, but Apple is worried that people would actually use it.
Secondary markets have been a big boon to the movie business - even though the major studios were initially against the VCR way back when.
I was looking at the benchmarks of AMD’s new FX chip - which generally place performance between Intel’s I5 and I7 - when something immediately jumped out at me.
Apple's iTunes is making gains in the online movie market - and successfully reversing previous declines in the lucrative space.
Apple's pulled its iTunes application from the website of a Christian group accused of being anti-gay and anti-women.
Like having your own personal map and compass in the Twitterverse, Bird's-Eye is an iPad app designed to track tweets in a particular geographic location.
Although numerous reports suggest Apple is poised to enter the HDTV market, one analyst says such a move isn't necessarily a foregone conclusion.
You might want to read the fine print the next time you download a so-called 'free' iPhone game.
Best Buy is set to launch its own cloud-based music playing and storage service.
Apple has launched its annual "Back to School" promotional offer.
Maintaining iTunes and the App Store costs Apple a whopping $1.3 billion a year, according to numbers determined by Asymco blogger Horace Dediu.
Apple plans to roll out its new iCloud music streaming service for free to entice users, but will then charge an annual fee.
So just how much did it take to convince the major record labels to come on board for Apple's new iCloud music service?
Apple’s iOS App Store continues to grow at a rapid pace, with Cupertino approving more than 500,000 applications for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
It's a move that could be as big as when Apple first launched iTunes.