DoubleTwist adds Amazon-powered music store to desktop software
DoubleTwist is known for its software allowing people to transfer their iTunes library to non-Apple devices - and most recently for a cheeky advert spoofing Apple's famous 1984 commercial.
October 7, 2009
Amazon giving Kindle users their 1984 back
Amazon came under fire earlier this year after remotely deleting copies of George Orwell's 1984 from customers' Kindle e-book readers, due to a licensing dispute.
September 7, 2009
Mugasha wants to be “the Hulu for electronic music”
The latest streaming music site to launch is called Mugasha, which stands for "Music. Gather. Share".
August 21, 2009
Digital firms congregate in Europe’s low-tax zones
Following on from today's top story about Guy Hands moving Terra Firma to Guernsey, it has emerged that many of the main digital companies are based in Luxembourg, renowned for its `tax haven' status.
August 10, 2009
Murdoch kicks back against demand for free online content
News Corp tycoon Rupert Murdoch clearly isn't a paid up member of the freeconomics fanclub: "We intend to charge for all our news websites," he said yesterday, following the announcement of his company's Q2 results.
August 6, 2009
Amazon launches 29p Mercury Prize promotion
Amazon UK's MP3 store continues its bullish marketing, with a track from each nominee for this year's Mercury Prize being sold for £0.29.
July 23, 2009
Amazon slammed for Kindle remote deletions
Amazon is facing severe criticism after remotely deleting ebooks of George Orwell's 1984 and Animal Farm from Kindle ebook readers.
July 20, 2009
Pandora defends changes to submissions policy
We reported earlier this week on Pandora's new stipulation that music has to be available to buy as a physical CD from Amazon before it can get onto Pandora's music service.
July 2, 2009
Pandora unveils new terms for unsigned artists
Streaming music service Pandora has announced changes in the terms for accepting music from unsigned and independent artists.
July 1, 2009
Amazon UK changes pricing after 29p MP3 albums cock-up
Some lucky Amazon UK customers got their hands on some digital bargains yesterday, when the site's MP3 store sold various recent albums for £0.29 each.
June 18, 2009
Amazon UK MP3 store selling latest Lily Allen album for 29p
Amazon has brought its aggressive promotional pricing to its UK MP3 Store, judging by the way it's selling the latest Lily Allen album for
June 17, 2009