When Apple enters the music streaming fray, they’re going to need a killer feature that separates their offering from all the others. I think I now what it is: Genius.
Changes to the way the iTunes Store promotes music suggest that the iTunes Store’s role as a music retailer may be changing.
Don’t want to use the iTunes Store and iTunes Radio? Hide them.
While music sold by the iTunes Store no longer has DRM, and you don’t need to authorize your computers to play this music, other content from the iTunes Store does have DRM. This is the case for movies, TV shows, apps and audiobooks. To be able to use these files on your computer, and to […]
Digital Music News has published some information about a patent that Apple has been granted for “Decoupling Rights in a Digital Content Unit from Download.” This patent, filed in 2011, and granted two weeks ago, coverts the following: “Systems and methods for enabling a user to obtain rights in a legitimate copy of a digital […]