Ever wanted to kickflip your way through the office, or around your favourite restaurant? Now you can, thanks to a new skate app from two local lads.
First it was Taylor Swift and Spotify, now it’s Mumford & Sons at Tribal. The music download industry sure has made a few artists speak their minds.
Apple paired up with U2 at the launch of the iPhone6 and Apple Watch last week, and then they sent 500 million iTunes users the new U2 album. Sharon Osbourne is NOT happy about this.
Imagine when the day comes that you no longer have to haul out your wallet and look through 84 different bank cards before you find the right one to use on flowers and wine for your secret lover. Apple is going to make life easier, again.
While on a trip visiting her boyfriend’s family in South Africa, Katie Bryan had a huge surprise waiting for her back home in England – a bill from her mobile carrier for R45,000. All because she downloaded a Neil Diamond album.
When Adolf Hitler wrote ‘Mein Kampf’ (My Struggle) in a prison cell in 1923 after he was jailed for a failed coup, it is quite certain that he had little or no inkling that people would be reading it over 90 years later.
Writer Amy-Mae Elliot has taken the time to show us how to delete those annoying duplicate songs in your iTunes library in a quick and easy way.
I had a feeling this Kenyan iTunes store thing would die a sad death. Now look at you.. all that stuff you have to buy all over again. Why not do things properly and have one account – a US account? Click to find out how.
The album you have all been waiting for, Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories, has been leaked.
And legally, we might add. If you were waiting with bated breath for David Bowie’s new album, we have good news for you. The highly anticipated album titled The Next Day is now available for streaming on iTunes. This pre-release is available for a limited time only (which is annoyingly unspecified) but at least you can decide if […]
We are pleased to announce that the all-new 2oceansvibe stream has been added to Apple’s iTunes radio stations. It is listed under the ‘Adult Contemporary’ genre and is also available on Apple TV! But wait, there’s more!
A year ago today, the world lost one of the greatest innovators that ever lived, Steve Jobs. In honour of his memory, Apple compiled a touching video montage looking at some of his career highlights.
Action star Bruce Willis maybe gearing up to take Apple to court to fight for the ownership rights of his massive digital music collection. The A-lister wants to leave his collection to his daughters after he dies, but Apple’s fine print prohibits the sharing of music bought from its online store.
Throughout his life, Steve Jobs imparted many inspiring words of wisdom, many of which were caught on video during his onstage appearances at Apple events and during interviews. Yesterday a host of these were made available, for free, on iTunes. Click through for the details.
The Shins are putting out their fourth LP, Port of Morrow, next week on the 20th of March, via Columbia Records. Which is neat. Even neater, though, is the fact that you can stream all 10 tracks on iTunes right now. In case free good music is something that you like. Click through for the link!
I get a kick out of liberating people, and the more that experience the freedom one feels when logged into one’s own US iTunes account, the better. And guess what, ANYBODY can get a US iTunes account. You don’t need to live in America and you don’t need an American credit card.
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World famous guitarist, Pete Townshend, of one of the greatest rock bands ever, The Who, has taken Halloween as the perfect opportunity to make a statement. He has lashed out at Apple, calling their model of selling music – iTunes – “a vampire.”
As DSTV continues to bring out new technologies to disguise the fact that the actual content on Multichoice is a ball of shit, it is with the greatest sense of irony that their very own reality show is playing out and giving the true entertainment value we long for. Yes, it’s true. With all the […]
Tech site cnet is having an important Reporters’ Roundtable discussion on a topic that affects us all: Why are end user license agreements and terms of service so incredible long and virtually indecipherable? Academy Award winner, Richard Dreyfus, helps to illustrate this point, by performing the iTunes EULA.