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  • Apple on Monday unveiled its hotly anticipated iTunes <strong>Radio</strong> Service, as the iconic maker of the iPhone moved to challenge streaming music operators like Pandora and Spotify. (Also see: Apple showcases iOS 7 featuring complete UI overhaul) The free Internet <strong>radio</strong> service features over 200 stations “and an incredible catalog of music from the iTunes Store,” Apple said in a statement as it opened its annual developers conference in San...

    Apple announces iTunes Radio free music streaming service

    Apple on Monday unveiled its hotly anticipated iTunes Radio Service, as the iconic maker of the iPhone moved to challenge streaming music operators like Pandora and Spotify. (Also see: Apple showcases iOS 7 featuring complete UI overhaul) The free Internet radio service features over 200 stations “and an incredible catalog of music from the iTunes Store,” Apple said in a statement as it opened its annual developers conference in San...

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  • When Apple launched its iTunes music store a decade ago amid the ashes of Napster, the music industry – reeling from the effects of online piracy – was anxious to see how the new music service would shake out. “The sky was falling, and iTunes provided a place where we were going to monetize music and in theory stem the tide of piracy. So, it was certainly a solution for the time,” said Michael McDonald, who co-founded ATO...

    iTunes Store celebrates 10 years amidst increased competition

    When Apple launched its iTunes music store a decade ago amid the ashes of Napster, the music industry – reeling from the effects of online piracy – was anxious to see how the new music service would shake out. “The sky was falling, and iTunes provided a place where we were going to monetize music and in theory stem the tide of piracy. So, it was certainly a solution for the time,” said Michael McDonald, who co-founded ATO...

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  • Despite the steady stream of plasma, flat screen and high-definition TVs on offer, over 13,000 British householders still have black and white sets, Daily Mail reported. Almost half a century after colour programmes were first beamed into British homes, people are still paying 49 pounds a year for a licence to watch in monochrome. The number of people with black and white licences – which are nearly 100 pounds cheaper than the colour equiv...

    13,000 British households still have black and white TVs

    Despite the steady stream of plasma, flat screen and high-definition TVs on offer, over 13,000 British householders still have black and white sets, Daily Mail reported. Almost half a century after colour programmes were first beamed into British homes, people are still paying 49 pounds a year for a licence to watch in monochrome. The number of people with black and white licences – which are nearly 100 pounds cheaper than the colour equiv...

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