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YouTube-to-MP3 converter service sued by record labels is a popular site that rips audio from YouTube videos and it is being sued by a group of major record labels.

Stagefright returns: Android devices infected by MP3 files

The security company that uncovered the critical "Stagefright" issue in Android this summer has warned the attack has evolved and now infects devices from malicious multimedia files, circumventing updates that have remedied the original bug.

Apple is developing location-aware smart battery

Apple really isn't as secretive as before especially with another patent surfacing showing off the development of a possible new 'smart' battery.

Review: RHA-Audio shows promising results with MA450i Earphones Special

RHA Audio, a division of Reid Health, is a small research and development company of audio equipment located in Glasgow, UK. They specialize in cutting edge sound technology and current have a small earphone and headphone product line worth checking out.

Justin Timberlake remains at number one (U.K. album chart)

Justin Timberlake, with his latest offering the 20/20 Experience, retains the number 1 spot on the U.K. album charts, holding off the new album from Depche Mode.

Legal fight to determine if MP3s can be resold

Can digital music files like MP3s be resold by the person who downloaded them? This is the question which a U.S. court is set to decide upon this week.

Sales of digital albums pass 100 million in the UK

Sales of digital albums in the UK have passed the 100 million mark, according to information issued by the Official Charts Company.

Google seeking to shut down YouTube-toMP3 conversion websites

Mountain View - Internet juggernaut Google is seeking to shut down a very popular website that converts YouTube videos into MP3 files. The search engine giant wrote a letter to saying it has violated YouTube's terms of service.

Op-Ed: Company allows users to sell used MP3s

Pawning off your old tunes is now in the realm of the digital. A company known as ReDigi has made a bold move into the future by literally allowing users to buy and sell "used" music files.

The sound of music? 1 in 5 teens suffer from hearing damage

Boston - Over the past 20 years, hearing loss in teenagers has risen from 15 to 20 percent. Personal stereo devices such as iPods are one culprit, but noise in the streets and at work are responsible as well.

Napster launches new digital music service

New Napster sees users get five unrestricted MP3 downloads, and unlimited access to Napster’s award-winning on-demand music streaming service.

Open an Account With Real Rhapsody and Get 10 MP3 Songs Free

Real has started a new MP3 store where they sell DRM-Free MP3 songs for 99 cents per song. The first 100,000 accounts receive a $10 credit discount.

Microsoft Zune Comes to Canada in June

Microsoft announced the Canadian launch dates and pricing information for its line of MP3 players. Zune, available in 4GB, 8GB and 80GB models, will be available in Canada on June 13 and will cost between $140 and $250.

Happy Birthday MP3 Player

The first MP3 player was introduced 10 years ago by a Korean manufacturer, ushering in a new era in the musical industry. The first MP3 player boasted 32 MB flash storage, capable of holding eight songs.

Taser as a Fashion Accessory

Need another way to make sure you're safe, while still making sure everything you're wearing is colour coordinated? Now your Taser can double as a fashion accessory, completely decked out in a holster that plays mp3s.

Imeem Signs Universal to Its Social Network, Signalling New Attitude for Major Labels

Universal Music Group is the latest major label to bring its full catalogue to the music-centred online social network imeem. Is Big Music finally embracing – instead of suing – this upstart Web 2.0 site?

Are major record labels finally embracing MP3s?

EMI and Universal are doing it. So are smaller labels. Sony BMG and Warner Music may soon join the club of record labels releasing music through the unrestrictive MP3 format. It’s about time.

Amazon & Pepsi Giving Away one Billion MP3s in 2008

The yearlong promotion to give away 1 billion MP3s in 2008 will be announced Feb. 3 during the Super Bowl, coinciding with an ultimatum from Wal-Mart asking major labels to supply with their catalogs in MP3 format.

The End of Record Labels: Radiohead Clears An Estimated $8 Million in First Week

A recent poll shows that fans paid an average of $8 for the new Radiohead album "In Rainbows" meaning that Thom and the boys may have cleared over $8 Million in the first week of the album's digital release.

Music Industry and ISPs Unite to Disconnect Internet Services of Music Pirates

People who illegally download mp3s will have their telephone and internet services cut off under a new plan proposed by the music industry. Beginning in Australia, if this trend takes off, the plug could be pulled worldwide.

MP3 - Whats your player?

MP3. We all love it and use it, but what software is going to come out on top? Are you a winamp "llama whipper" or an iTunes hipster?

It's Swiss but not Chocolate

Switzerland company Zenum plans to introduce Organum MP3 Player by end of year 2007

File-Sharing Doesn’t Hurt Music Sales, So How Will Labels Join the Digital Era?

The music industry should stop whining. Contrary to its claims, illegal downloads haven’t crippled music sales, according to a new study.

Publishers cater to growing use of MP3s for schoolwork

Lindleigh Whetstone wears headphones as she shoves clothes into the washing machine. Her classmate, Stepheno Zollos, wears them as he shops for groceries. An onlooker might assume the teens are listening to the latest top 40 hit, but they're really learni

The Un-Chick Magnet

It is a light saber. No! It is an MP3 player. No! It is both!!!!

Online Music Recorder

Use this great website to download mp3-Files (free and legal)

MP3 Downloading Stations Coming to Starbucks

By this time next year, you may be able to get more than just your tall, venti, or grande caffeine fix at your local Starbucks.

Beer cooler inspired waterproof MP3 Making Waves

Ask those who ride the waves, and they'll tell you surfing and music are like searing sun rays and cold beverages, wet suits and wakeboards, sand and sandwiches. They just go together.

Who's Killing MP3 and iTunes?

Everyone knows the MP3 format is used by more devices and people than any other file-based digital-audio format. Evidence is mounting that major labels may start to prefer the MP3 format instead of now-used DRM formats

US-Based Portable MP3 Player Sales Cross 34 Million in 2006

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) projected heavy growth this year for portable MP3 players, part of a larger surge in consumer electronics sales.
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