Former engineer claims Apple intended to block 100 percent of non-iTunes clients

Former Apple engineer Ron Schultz testified against the tech giant on Friday, claiming Apple willfully attempted to block iPod users from downloading music not purchased from its own iTunes store.

Apple back in the dock after iPod case gets a new plaintiff

It looked as though the antitrust case filed against Apple — for restricting the music users could play on iPods — might be about to collapse, but a new eligible plaintiff has stepped forward.

Apple admits it deleted non-iTunes music off iPods for two years

Apple admits to secretly deleting non-Apple music files from iPods during an ongoing antitrust trial.

Apple to rebrand Beats Music and push it to all iOS devices, report says

Apple is reportedly planning to rebrand Beats Music and push it to all iPhones and iPads in an effort to boost the streaming service's subscriber base, which is thought to currently stand at little more than 110,000.

How to make ringtones for iPhone (any generation) 2:38

No one likes to pay for ringtones (or seemingly anything for that matter). So why not keep the money and check out our quick guide for creating free, custom ringtones using iTunes.
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To keep TV shows alive, viewing is voting. But what’s the best way to watch?

Watching your favorite show on Netflix and buying an episode from iTunes are not created equal. Which will help keep the best shows on TV around for another season? We ranked eight different ways to watch.

Apple to fold Beats Music into iTunes next year

The latest rumor for Beats Music comes from the Wall Street Journal, which is reporting that the service will indeed be folded into iTunes next year thanks to another terrible quarter for digital downloads.

‘We got carried away with ourselves’: Bono says sorry for pushing album to iTunes users

Bono said the band got "a little carried away" with its recent 'Songs of Innocence' promotion that saw the album pushed to millions of handsets via iTunes. Speaking during a Q&A session on Facebook, U2's frontman apologized to disgruntled…

Apple says 81 million iTunes users have ‘experienced’ the free U2 album so far

Despite all the fuss that followed Apple's move last month to offer U2's latest album for free via iTunes, the tech firm said this week that 81 million people around the world have so far "experienced" its songs.

Your free U2 album may have cost Apple $100 million

Have you downloaded your free U2 album through iTunes yet? Billboard has more details about the agreement between the band and Apple, including the price of the deal and what happens next.

Garth Brooks launches iTunes competitor called GhostTunes

Looking for a more unique way to offer digital music, country artist Garth Brooks has helped launch a new music service called GhostTunes that will allow a multitude of interesting options for both musicians and consumers.

Sony will offer discounted albums through iTunes for iOS users

Available now, Sony's "Album of the Day" app offers iPhone users discounted albums for download through iTunes. The app first launched in Germany back in March, though time will tell if it's successful in the U.S.