The bitter row over Margaret Thatcher’s legacy continues — and this time it’s spilling onto the BBC’s Top 40 radio program.
First there was anticipation. Then came delays.
David “Dred” Scott has talent, but until Denver musician Tyler Ward teamed up with the ministry His Love Street, the homeless Scott had no stage.
In the aftermath of the singer’s passing at the age of 27, a different number has hovered into view: three.
When Steve Jobs and Apple brought out the iPod and iTunes 10 years ago, who would have ever thought that it could one day be used to showcase the Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton?
450,000 albums and two million individual songs sold worldwide in the first week. You know what? The Beatles might have a future.
John & Paul & George & Ringo … & Steve?
At long last, Apple is said to have reached a deal with record label EMI to bring The Beatles catalog to iTunes for the first time. The announcement is rumored to come during tomorrow’s Apple event. Head over to Techland for details.
In what was pretty much a fait accompli from Apple to the record companies Tuesday, the firm has announced that longer song samples are to be offered to users in the U.S. for tracks over 2 minutes and 30 seconds.
The powerhouse search company will reportedly be launching a music service in time for the holidays this year. So, what does this mean for iTunes?
Never underestimate the power of tweenage girls. When they want something, such as being noticed by teen idol Justin Bieber, they’ll go to great lengths to get it.