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Tuesday, 02 May 2006 ,  Written by
Downloading individual songs from Apple's Music Store will continue to cost less than a dollar -- at least for now -- as four major record labels have agreed to keep existing pricing in place.
Friday, 14 April 2006 ,  Written by
After years of refusing to enter the music-download market and sell Beatles tunes online, Apple Corps has decided to bring the Fab Four's recordings into the digital age. The disclosure came during the record label's trademark-infringement lawsuit against Apple Computer that ended last week in London. According to written witness testimony from Neil Aspinall, a former road manager for the Beatles and managing director of Apple Corps, the company is in the process of remastering the Beatles' entire music catalog to make it available for download.
Thursday, 19 January 2006 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Despite claims by Apple to the contrary right on the front page of your latest version iTunes (4.7.1 for Mac users), some music enthusiasts are all of a sudden scared to death about an exciting new feature of Apple’s iTunes software. Named Mini Store, iTunes software can read your library of songs and suggest similar songs, albums and genres of music and lead you right to where you can sample it and buy. It is a logical extension of the iTunes service that runs as an “Apple-like” sexy front end for over 47,000,000 iPod users. It takes one element of what Amazon does so well by suggesting music based on your past purchases and searches and applies it directly to your collection of music.
Friday, 06 January 2006 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Compact Disc sales slumped again in 2005 at a level of seven percent, according to recently released reports from industry groups. Sales through the week ending December 25, 2005 were at a little over 600,000,000 units, down from a SoundScan number of nearly 651,000,000 from 2004. Downloadable music boomed in 2005, increasing to 332 million tracks. That is up from 134 million tracks in 2004.
Friday, 30 September 2005 ,  Written by
MusicGiants is launching MusicGiants Network, a music download service offering “high-definition” digital recordings. It is the first service to offer this quality of downloads from all the major labels: EMI, Sony/BMG, Universal and Warner. The company is also currently negotiating with smaller and independent labels to carry their artists.
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