Say goodbye to Zune and hello to Xbox Music. Microsoft is launching a new digital streaming service to compete head on with Apple’s iTunes, Amazon’s Cloud Player and the slew of other services blanketing the music scene such as Rdio, Pandora and Spotify. Current users of the Xbox in 15 markets worldwide, including the US [...]
Apple hit another milestone over the past weekend: more than 25 billion apps from the iTunes App Store have been downloaded. As you might expect, the world’s most valuable company celebrated that achievement by awarding a US$10,000 iTunes gift card to the user who downloaded app number 25,000,000,000. Chunli Fu of Qingdao, China probably had [...]
CinemaNow, an internet video download service owned by Best Buy, has announced it will begin offering service in Canada sometime in August.
The service which gives movies lovers the ability to rent or buy standard and high definition movies over the web will compete with similar services from Sony and Apple.
Sony’s Video on Demand (VOD) service, called “Video on Demand by Qriocity”, is now available in Canada.
The streaming service, Sony’s attempt to challenge Apples itunes, will offer hundreds of films from several major studios including NBC Universal Television Distribution, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, The Walt Disney Studios, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment LLC and Warner Bros.
If you are a music lover then over the years, you’ve probably longed for the ability to listen to music throughout your entire home or perhaps the ability to play different music in different rooms of your home.
In the marketplace today, there are a numerous home audio systems which use a combination of hardware and software to accomplish this goal.
The Beatles recording label, EMI, and Apple announced today that music from the legendary rock band in music history is now available on the iTunes Store.
The group’s 13 remastered studio albums, the two-volume “Past Masters” compilation and the classic “Red” and “Blue” collections can now be bought from iTunes as either albums or individual songs.
During a fiscal earnings call earlier this week, Apple CEO Steve Jobs earlier this week noted that the new Apple TV has sold more than 250,00 units since it went on sale in September.
The slimmed down device, which sells for $119 in Canada, gives users in Canada the the ability to rent HD movies from the iTunes store or the ability to stream music, photos and videos from a Windows PC or Apple Mac.