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The battle against digital piracy is one of the most controversial subjects when it comes to the online economy.
The wide availability of peer-to-peer filesharing services and websites that promote content sharing has been a thorn in the side of the recording and movie industries.
Apple has reached a deal with the three largest music labels - Sony BMG, Universal and Warner Music - to offer their music DRM-free on iTunes, according to reports.
As part of the deal, Apple will give the labels something that they have wanted for some time - flexibility on pricing.
One of the first lessons in usability is that people vary and that designing for ‘average’ doesn’t work. Nowhere is this more true than in the highly competitive world of mobile phone design.
Actually I don’t want a new mobile because I have an iPhone and I love it. Of course, it’s not perfect but once again Apple has demonstrated that it understands the importance of the ‘user experience’. Even its cardboard box is beautiful.
Perhaps I'm simply tiring of the economic news (or becoming immune to it). Increasingly, I find myself being drawn more and more to random news stories unrelated to the flurry of bad news that seems to come on the economic front.
Tis the season to be jolly, right? Here's this week's hodgepodge of news and it's not all bad.
Among the many apps available for the iPhone are a number of ways to listen to music other than that stored on the phone.
There is more of a choice in this area for US iPhone users, as services like Pandora are not available in the UK, but there are still a few good apps around...
It was another crazy week for the global economy and there was plenty of news to follow. Here are the tech stories that caught my eye.
In past posts, I have noted that the problem of intellectual property theft on the internet was likely to become a problem for consumers as those who are impacted by it look to implement more draconian measures.
And so it appears that consumers in the United States may reap what they sow much sooner than they anticipated.
I thought I'd focus on tracking what's going on in the world of mobile this week, so without further delay, here's what caught the eye of the mobile Drama 2.0.
The unveiling of MySpace Music last week was eagerly anticipated and was notable because the site managed to launch with all four major record labels as joint venture partners.
But as a product, does MySpace Music live up to its promise? I decided to give it a test drive to find out.
For some reason, the news that interested me the most dealt primarily with two words: music and Google.
Admittedly it was difficult to pay attention to all of the news in the technology industry his week - the news in the financial markets more than overshadowed it.
This week's Web Week in Review has to touch on the financial crisis but there were other tech-only stories that did manage to make it onto my radar.