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Apple has more than 435 million iTunes accounts stored in the company’s database, according to Talal Khan, an analyst.

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Apple has more than 435 million iTunes accounts stored in the company’s database, according to Talal Khan, an analyst.

Apple’s ITunes Would Be One of World’s Biggest Media Companies

Google, Facebook and even Yahoo have been hailed as visionary companies that aren’t just disrupting old media, they’re replacing it. That conjecture hasn’t applied as readily to Apple, which after all deals in high-end hardware, not eyeballs or advertising. A closer look, however, reveals...

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Played at a high volume, the Pill has much less distortion than the Jambox.

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Played at a high volume, the Pill has much less distortion than the Jambox.

Beats Moves From Headphones to Listening Out Loud — Really Loud

Ever since its release, Jawbone’s Jambox has set the standard for grab ‘n’ go mobile-device speakers. Now it has a new competitor: the Pill from Beats Electronics, purveyors of the ubiquitous Dr. Dre-endorsed stereo headphones. It’s an interesting time for Beats,...

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The latest iPod touch borrows liberally from both the iPhone 5 and 4S.

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The latest iPod touch borrows liberally from both the iPhone 5 and 4S.

New IPods Offer Music and More, With Emphasis on the ‘More’

Maybe a new point-and-shoot camera and a new portable FM radio aren’t the most scintillating of tech products these days. But what if the camera also let you conduct video chats and play games, while the radio allowed you to...

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