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eMusic: Downloads Were Meant To Be Free (At Least a Few)

May 31, 2006

Get the Urge Today!

May 17, 2006

HD Radio: What Do You Think?

May 16, 2006

MTV Gives Us the Urge

May 15, 2006

Sometimes you wonder why brands associated with one particular slice of life take so long to figure out how to extend themselves into new (but not foreign) territories.

This is how I see MTV's announcment today that it will enter the online music business with the launch of its new download service called "Urge."  Remember, this is the cable network group that helped popularize music videos two decades ago ("Video Killed the Radio Star").

Making its debut (albeit a public beta) on Wednesday, Urge comes integrated into the newest version of Microsoft's Windows Media Player, which users of Microsoft's Windows will receive in coming weeks as an upgrade.

Apple vs. Apple: How About Downloadable Beatles?

May 12, 2006

Case Closed for Nano Cases

May 5, 2006

Free Napster!

May 1, 2006

(Gadgets) Love Is Love (Not Fade Away) ...

April 6, 2006

It’s interesting how the hottest of hot technologies gradually cools and fades away.

I’m thinking about this after visiting Best Buy to buy a cassette player for my elderly uncle who loves to listen to books on tape. Now Best Buy is a big store and after wandering around awhile, I had to ask a salesperson, who carefully directed me to the “Personal Audio” section. This single row of products featured a sparse selection of CD players – mostly Sony – and only one cassette player with headphones (also a Sony); lots of hanging space, not too many products. Just one cassette player!

Jobs & Apple Hear the Music (and Let You Make It Lower)

March 29, 2006

Apple vs. Apple: Round 3

March 28, 2006

Like the old Mad Magazine’s Spy vs. Spy, we now have the latest version of Apple vs. Apple

According to Newsfactor, Apple Computer will meet the Beatles' Apple Corps in court this week in London, where a judge will decide if iTunes violates a 1991 agreement between the two companies that supposedly blocked the computer maker from selling music.

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