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  • Apple on Wednesday announced that the number of digital <strong>songs</strong> downloaded from <strong>i</strong>t<strong>s i</strong>Tune<strong>s S</strong>tore ha<strong>s</strong> topped 25 billion. The 25 billionth <strong>song</strong> bought from the online <strong>s</strong>hop wa<strong>s</strong> a “Monkey Drum<strong>s</strong>” remix by Chase Buch. Apple <strong>s</strong>aid that <strong>i</strong>t wa<strong>s</strong> bought by a German man who will be getting a 10,000 Euro <strong>i</strong>Tune<strong>s</strong> gift card to celebrate the occasion. “We are grateful to our user<strong>s</strong> whose passion for music over the past 10 year<strong>s</strong> ha<strong>s</strong> made <strong>i</strong>Tune<strong>s</strong> the...

    Apple’s iTunes Store records 25 billion song sales

    Apple on Wednesday announced that the number of digital songs downloaded from its iTunes Store has topped 25 billion. The 25 billionth song bought from the online shop was a “Monkey Drums” remix by Chase Buch. Apple said that it was bought by a German man who will be getting a 10,000 Euro iTunes gift card to celebrate the occasion. “We are grateful to our users whose passion for music over the past 10 years has made iTunes the...

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  • Amazon <strong>s</strong>aid Thursday <strong>i</strong>t<strong>s</strong> 22-million <strong>song</strong> music catalog wa<strong>s</strong> now “optimized” for user<strong>s</strong> of Apple device<strong>s</strong>, making <strong>i</strong>t easier for <strong>i</strong>Phone owner<strong>s</strong> to circumvent the <strong>i</strong>Tune<strong>s s</strong>tore. The move <strong>is</strong> part of a new <strong>i</strong>nitiative by the <strong>I</strong>nternet retail giant challenging Apple”<strong>s</strong> dominance of the digital music market. “For the first time ever, <strong>i</strong>Phone and <strong>i</strong>Pod touch user<strong>s</strong> can discover and buy digital music from Amazon”<strong>s</strong> 22-million <strong>song</strong> catal...

    Amazon makes MP3 catalog available to iPhone users

    Amazon said Thursday its 22-million song music catalog was now “optimized” for users of Apple devices, making it easier for iPhone owners to circumvent the iTunes store. The move is part of a new initiative by the Internet retail giant challenging Apple”s dominance of the digital music market. “For the first time ever, iPhone and iPod touch users can discover and buy digital music from Amazon”s 22-million song catal...

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  • Apple on Monday unveiled <strong>i</strong>t<strong>s</strong> hotly anticipated <strong>i</strong>Tune<strong>s</strong> Radio <strong>S</strong>ervice, a<strong>s</strong> the <strong>i</strong>conic maker of the <strong>i</strong>Phone moved to challenge <strong>s</strong>treaming music operator<strong>s</strong> like Pandora and <strong>S</strong>potify. (Also <strong>s</strong>ee: Apple <strong>s</strong>howcase<strong>s i</strong>O<strong>S</strong> 7 featuring complete U<strong>I</strong> overhaul) The free <strong>I</strong>nternet radio <strong>s</strong>ervice feature<strong>s</strong> over 200 <strong>s</strong>tation<strong>s</strong> “and an <strong>i</strong>ncredible catalog of music from the <strong>i</strong>Tune<strong>s S</strong>tore,” Apple <strong>s</strong>aid <strong>i</strong>n a <strong>s</strong>tatement a<strong>s i</strong>t opened <strong>i</strong>t<strong>s</strong> annual developer<strong>s</strong> conference <strong>i</strong>n <strong>S</strong>an...

    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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