Hackers targeted a number of Justin Bieber YouTube pages yesterday, redirecting users to porn sites and a video suggesting that the teenage heart-throb had died.
Hewlett Packard appears to be prepping for an all-out mobile war with Apple, Steve Jobs, the iPad, iPhone and iTunes.
Every time you punch in a lyrics search, or Google a specific artist or song, Google wants you to pay them to buy that music. That's the idea behind a new Google music store that is likely to launch later this year.
Apple has released the latest iteration of its mobile operating system for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
A Google Music logo spotted on the 'Net may indicate that the Mountain View-based company is poised to take on Apple iTunes with its own Android-based service.
The Justice Department is looking at Apple's iTunes business, according to the New York Times.
The paranoid Parental Television Council (PTC) has launched a misguided campaign to eradicate porn from the Android Market.
Digital music sales continue to rise, with iTunes now the leading source of music in the US.
Steve Jobs, where are you!? A nefarious virus has targeted users of your magical, shiny and overpriced Apple iPads.
Apple has previewed its long-awaited iPhone OS 4 software and released a beta version to iPhone Developer Program members.
Nokia is to launch its Comes with Music service in China, hoping that tapping into the world's largest mobile market will help it gain ground against Apple's iTunes.
A recent survey by Flurry Analytics indicates that at least 22 percent of new application starts over the past 60 days were designated for Apple's iPad tablet.
Barron's has named Steve Jobs the "most valuable" CEO in the world, claiming that the US of A "could use 1,000 more like him."
Mozilla has axed its Firefox for Windows Mobile project in response to Microsoft's decision to "close off" development for native applications.
Sony is reportedly preparing to challenge Apple with a new line of handheld products, including a smartphone capable of running Playstation games.
That means that, on average, more than 46 songs have been purchased on iTunes every single second, since the store launched on April 28, 2003.
Apple had been keeping a tally of sales leading up to the big 10 billion mark on a special website, where it now has the number typed out in a large banner, as well as a list of the 20 all-time top-selling songs.
Saint Steven Jobs and his puritanical Apple minions may be in the process of purging "overtly sexual" content from the hallowed App Store.
Apple has allegedly taken steps to ban at least two iPhone "hackers" from its iTunes App Store.
Apple is promising a $10,000 gift card to the person who makes the ten billionth iTunes download.