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Mixed reactions about Apple's new radio service from across the industry.
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Digital comic book startup ComiXology has removed 56 comic books from its iOS app store this past week because they contained content that didn't meet Apple's guidelines.
Apple has built a massive and fast-growing $16 billion annual revenue stream in digital content alone, Apple analyst Horace Dediu says.
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iTunes -- the online store that sells movies, music, and apps for Apple devices -- brought in $4 billion in revenue this quarter.
Apple iCloud services for identity, Game Center, account creation and sign-in, iTunes store purchases are experiencing service failures this morning for some users, Apple says on its system status page.
Last year, 44 million Americans bought at least one song or album from iTunes. This month, the digital music store that changed the way we buy music will celebrate its 10th birthday.
An Apple entry into the streaming music market is kind of a big deal. Now it looks to be one step closer to reality.
Mobile search-optimization engine tool maker SearchMan has figured out which store does better with search discovery.
TuneUp hooks up with iTunes to organize and categorize your music from top to bottom. It transforms your music collection…automagically™.And VentureBeat has it for just $30!
The Video Game Bar Association will throw its first conference to address legal issues in games.
Five-year-old Danny Kitchen of Bristol, England, spent $2,500 on iTunes in-app purchases in about 15 minutes, the Beeb reports. Score!
Apple doesn't really talk much about iTunes U, its educational content service powered by iTunes on iOS devices. But that doesn't mean it's not a success.
Amazon's assault on Apple's iTunes empire continues today as the Seattle company released its Cloud Player app for iPad and iPad Mini.
Apple’s iTunes Store has now sold more than 25 billion songs, making it the overwhelmingly dominant music and media store on the web.