Call it the "iPhone Mini," the "iPhone Nano," or just another cheap smartphone, a smaller version of Apple's flagship product is on its way, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Sony makes it pretty clear that while it's currently dependent on iTunes, it's fed up with Apple control and wouldn't mind taking music streaming into it's own hands.
Though competitors have made inroads, Apple continues to own the video on demand market with a 64.5 percent share of online movie and video purchases in 2010.
European newspaper publishers are slamming Apple's apparent move towards requiring all paid subscriptions go through iTunes.
Google's Wednesday press conference brought the official launch of the tablet-friendly Honeycomb, a version of the Android Market built for the Web, and in-app purchases for Android developers.
Apple has rejected an e-book reading app from Sony, citing a new change in policy. Apps can no longer sell or access content not purchased through the App Store. The move puts a number of high profile apps in danger.
Disagreements among Hulu's owners may lead to the online video service losing some free content from Fox, Disney, and (amazingly) NBC Universal.
Believing it to be a prank, Gail Davis initially hung up on an Apple executive calling to inform her that she had downloaded the record setting app.
Two major record labels have decided to end the dated practice of releasing a single to the radio weeks or months before it's legally available to purchase.
Apple is ready to reward the lucky recipient of its ten billionth app.
Shazam, a music identifying service for smartphones, is adding support for Spotify, a music download site.
The U.S. Supreme Court has cleared the way for a price fixing suit against the major music labels over online music.
Need a fake (and illegal) iTunes account? In China as many as 50,000 are being sold online with prices as low as 1 yuan - about 15 cents.
Apple's new app shop is now available by updating OS X 10.6 to 10.6.6.
Sears and K-Mart will launch new online download service, Alphaline Entertainment, offering movies the same day they appear on DVD.