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Mar 12
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Are the BBC planning to take on iTunes with own download service?

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

According to some sources, the BBC is apparently planning their own download service, which would be similar to Apple’s iTunes and will run alongside the BBC iPlayer. It would also be more financially beneficial to content owners.

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Mar 05
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Apple celebrates over 25 billions download apps!

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Apple have recently passed another milestone. This time, it’s in celebration of 25 billion app downloads! It feels like only yesterday that Apple announced the 10 billion milestone, which really makes you think about how many people there actually are downloading applications nowadays.

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Dec 16
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iTunes Match cloud music service released

Published in Technology News | Written by Chris

Apple has finally released its iTunes Match cloud music service to the UK and various other countries. For a fee, Apple scans users’ libraries, allowing songs to be replaced with higher quality versions. These can then be accessed from other Apple devices.

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Oct 27
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iTunes Match set for end of October launch?

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Yesterday, all US developers enrolled in the Apple Developer Program received an email entitled, “iTunes Match Update.”

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Sep 07
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Facebook to launch iTunes competitor.

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Brandon Saltalamacchia

Reports are saying that Facebook will be launching a music service at their F8 conference on the 22nd of September 2011 in San Francisco. The music service will be Facebook’s competition with iTunes. And no doubt you will be able to share songs through Facebook the same way they currently share movies, links and videos.

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