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Google Music being tested internally, beta soon?

One day soon, we may actually get to spend some hands-on time with the oft-delayed Google Music service. According to CNET, Google is currently testing the service internally. Unfortunately for the rest of us, until Google works out all the licensing details with the major record labels, there's not really any chance of us being able to set up our own cloud-based music lockers on Google servers...

Moki.tv is a killer companion to online video services

With all the streaming, on-demand video sites available to choose from nowadays, a site like freshly-launched Moki.tv can be a very handy resource to file in your bookmarks. Moki bills itself as the ultimate guide to online entertainment, and it's certainly one of the best of its breed. A number of popular video services are supported, including iTunes, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and Comcast's Xfin...

iTunes to add unlimited downloads for purchased music, MobileMe going free?

When headlines began cropping up about unlimited iTunes music downloads, we'll admit it raised a few eyebrows in the DS bunker. As it turns out, though, the "unlimited" isn't about an all-you-can-download music buffet, or even the Lala-powered iTunes streaming service you might be waiting for. No, it's about being able to re-download songs you've already purchased through iTunes with less hassle. ...

iTunes 10.2 now available for download

Apple released the latest version of iTunes, iTunes 10.2, today, and it's now available for download. iTunes 10.2 introduces support for the iPad 2 (due out March 11) and is required for syncing devices running the new iOS 4.3 (also due out on the 11th). iTunes 10.2 also features improvements to Home Sharing, including support for streaming media to iOS 4.3 devices using Home Sharing....

'Apple just f***** over online music subs for the iPhone' -- Last.fm co-founder on Apple's 30% cut

Speaking rather frankly on IRC, Last.fm's co-founder Richard Jones has condemned Apple's move to grab 30% of content-based subscription fees: "Apple just f***** over online music subs for the iPhone." Jones' apoplectic outburst is just one of many, too. Rhapsody yesterday said it won't bow to Apple's subscription policy, and CEO of on-demand music streamer we7, speaking to paidContent, thinks t...

Google Music to launch with Android Honeycomb?

Google Music -- the big G's alternative to iTunes -- could very well launch alongside Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Today at MWC 2011 in Barcelona, Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha spoke about the soon-to-be-launched $800 Motorola Xoom, which will be one of the first devices to run Honeycomb. More importantly, Jha may have confirmed that the Android upgrade will be accompanied by a music service. "If...

Groovylists makes Grooveshark playlists from iTunes, Last.fm, or Spotify

If you love music site Grooveshark for its huge streaming music library, but hate the process of recreating your favorite playlists for Grooveshark use, you'll love Groovylists. This little web app copies any playlist you've set up in iTunes, Spotify, or Last.fm, right over to Grooveshark, with a few limitations. Groovylists can't import playlists bigger than 200 songs, so you can't use it to ...

iOS Wi-Fi Sync 2.0 beta launches on Mac

It's been more than 6 months since Steve Jobs said iPhones would "someday" be able to wirelessly sync with Macs. Apple still hasn't delivered, but a third-party workaround called Wi-FI Sync 2.0 is now in beta. The original Wi-Fi Sync app was released last year, but 2.0 has two important new features: it will auto-detect Macs on your home network, and it offers syncing via 3G. Anyone who purchases ...

iTunes updated with CDMA iPhone support

Apple released an update to iTunes yesterday, bringing the multimedia juggernaut to version 10.1.2. A quick glance at the Software Update changelog only noted the usual 'performance and stability improvements.' But hidden in the support documents that come with a fresh download direct from Apple, was a little note about support for an 'iPhone 4 (CDMA model).' We're not sure whether this was an ov...

Nokia kills off Comes With Music in all but 6 countries

Nokia's experiment with the OVI Unlimited Music service -- which the company branded as "Comes With Music" on many of its handsets -- is winding down. A Nokia spokesperson has stated that the service just hasn't gained enough traction to keep it going. Competition from other services -- like Spotify and iTunes -- ultimately proved to be too much in certain markets. Unlimited Music will still be a...

Enable Zune HD sync support for Mac in Windows Phone 7 Connector

There are likely a great deal more users who connect an iPod to a Windows machine, but if you're the inverse of that situation -- with a Zune HD you want to connect to a Mac -- you haven't had a first-party option until now. The Windows Phone 7 Connector, which has been available in beta since late 2010, has secretly been packing Zune HD support. If you happen to own both a Mac and a Zune HD, ...

iTunes Remote for Windows Phone 7 controls playlists, volume, and multiple libraries

Just because you picked up a new Windows Phone 7 device doesn't mean you're using Zune to manage your desktop audio collection. If iTunes is your app of choice, head over to the Zune Marketplace and take a look at iTunes Remote for Windows Phone 7. The mobile app gives you complete control over iTunes playback once you've paired it with your computer using the free desktop pairing software. In...

The best (or worst) security breaches of 2010

Very soon now -- probably in a year or two -- once everyone carries a smartphone, there won't be any discernible difference between our offline flesh-and-blood body and our online persona. That's not to say that real-life face-to-face interaction will slither into the abyss -- far from it! -- but we are reaching a stage where almost anything can be done online. This obviously raises security c...

iOS Remote 2.1 update gives you iTunes AirPlay streaming control

Apple pushed out a new update to its universal iOS Remote app that adds some slick new functionality. If you happen to own an Apple TV as well the requisite iOS device, you can now use the app to control the AirPlay streaming of video to it from your iTunes on your computer. Remote 2.1 also lets you control Internet radio playback in iTunes on your computer, something you bizarly couldn't do befo...

10 last-minute gift ideas for geeks

You've gone and waited until the last minute to buy the gang at the office their annual holiday gifts. Trouble is, it's too late to order something online -- and who wants to fight with holiday crowds at the mall? Wouldn't you rather just do some nice, relaxing shopping from the comfort of your cubicle? There's plenty of great stuff you can give digitally via email, Facebook, or even printed of...