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  • Acclaimed reissue label Numero Group 'declined' invite to Apple's iCloud

     
    There have been lots of figures thrown around in the stories relating to Apple's iCloud service, yet none are sitting right with Chicago's famed reissue label the Numero Group, the small revival house that in 2010 released a well-received boxed......
  • Apple sued over its use of iCloud name by iCloud Communications

     
    Apple has been sued by Phoenix-based iCloud Communications for its use of the name iCloud for its new cloud-based file storage services. The suit, filed last week in an Arizona U.S. Dist. Court, argues that Apple's use of iCloud is trademark...
  • Apple's unlocked iPhone 4 sells for $649 or $749

     
    Apple began selling unlocked iPhone 4 models in the U.S. on Tuesday, starting at a price of $649. The unlocked iPhone 4s aren't tied to any specific mobile carrier, which gives users the option of buying the phone -- at a non-subsidized price -- and not...
  • Technology: Apple's evolving stance on subscriptions

     
    Apple is changing its view on subscription services....
  • Apple releases Final Cut Pro X to the Mac App Store for $299.99

     
    Apple released Final Cut Pro X, its newest video editing software, to the Mac App Store on Tuesday, promising more speed and improved efficiency. The new software isn't merely an update of the previous Final Cut Pro 7 -- it's rebuilt from the ground up,...
  • Apple gets FTC approval to bid on Nortel mobile patents

     
    Apple iOS Nortel Patents FTC Google Android: Apple has been given clearance by the Federal Trade Commission to bid on more than 6,000 patents belonging to the bankrupt Nortel Networks Corp. that could be crucial to future of smartphones and tablets. The...
  • Apple says it'll update Final Cut Pro X to allay critics

     
    Apple is promising updates to Final Cut Pro X, an attempt to blunt criticism from professional editors upset over features left out from the new app. Final Cut Pro X -- the latest version of Apple’s popular video editing software......
  • Microsoft's Office 365 to take on Google Apps in cloud software race

     
    Microsoft Corp., the 800-pound gorilla of the software world, is hoping it can lift itself into the cloud. In announcing the general release of Office 365, the online version of its ubiquitous Microsoft Office suite that includes Word, Excel and......
  • Spotify announces it's coming to the U.S. but doesn't say when

     
    The popular European music service Spotify has announced it is making a move into the U.S. but so far it appears to be a lot of noise. The Swedish company's entry into the U.S. market has been highly anticipated, but besides allowing eager Americans...
  • Amazon sweetens its deal for cloud music service

     
    Amazon.com is throwing in some extra incentives for users of Cloud Drive and Cloud Player, its cloud-based music storage and playback service. Those incentives include unlimited space for music for Cloud Drive storage subscribers who pay at least $20 a......
  • Spotify live in U.S.; a vision realized for Sean Parker of Napster fame

     
    Spotify in now playing in the U.S. The online music service, hugely popular in Europe, is now live in the States. But to actually start using Spotify, users need to be invited in -- a very Google-esque move. Well, that is unless you're willing to sign-...