Apple could allow users to access certain aspects of its cloud music streaming service for free - at least initially.
Anyone who has visited New York City knows about Canal Street, which is infamous for its knock-off jewelry and handbags. But the market for knock-offs certainly doesn’t end at Tiffany’s and Chanel.
Spotify AB will be cutting back on its free music-streaming service in an attempt to boost the number of paying subscribers and to prepare for its expansion into the United States.
According to a recent survey, 37 percent of American teenagers are hoping to buy an iPhone in the next six months, where around 20 percent will go big for the iPad. Why?
U.S. District Court Judge Beryl Howell has introduced a landmark verdict making it easier for copyright holders to demand cash payment from people they suspect of copyright infringement.
The last day of SXSW marked an interesting shift from discussions about net neutrality and Foursquare to music applications in the mobile space.
Listening to loud music can make it harder to discriminate sounds - even when the hearing threshold is normal.
The US Supreme Court has ruled that a price-fixing suit against several major music labels can go ahead, rejecting an attempt by the record companies to appeal.
Just weeks after closing down its file-sharing site after a four-year legal battle, Limewire has announced that it is shutting its legal online store too.
Apple's Ping - described at its September launch as the social network of music - has now been integrated into Twitter.
Minnesota woman Jammie Thomas-Rassett has been ordered by yet another court to pay the Recording Industry of America (RIAA) for illegally downloading songs, this time being told she must stump up $1.5 million.
Mobile operators could make more money by scrapping their download stores and partnering with music streaming providers instead.
The French government has taken a novel step to combat illegal music downloads, and one that many might like to see adopted elsewhere: paying for the downloads itself.
A bipartisan group of US senators has introduced a bill that would grant the Justice Department additional powers to shutter websites offering pirated music and movies.
Eminem was in the news over the weekend, but it wasn’t just because of his two sold-out shows with Jay-Z in Detroit.
Have you ever wondered what cool new bands your friends were listening to on iTunes?
Sony's believed to be making a bid to steal Apple's thunder later today with a plan to launch a rival service to iTunes.
IPods and MP3 players may be making teenagers deaf, new research suggests.
A survey from the NPD Group says that millions of Apple users would be willing to pay for cloud-based music services on the iTunes platform.
Hewlett Packard appears to be prepping for an all-out mobile war with Apple, Steve Jobs, the iPad, iPhone and iTunes.