by Michael Fisher | June 10, 2013 6:22 PM
Back in the days when dumbphones reigned supreme and Napster duplicates like LimeWire still existed, Apple changed the entire landscape of downloadable music. It did this through its potent combination of iTunes music management software and the explosively popular iPod, along with an unbeatable pricing scheme of 99 cents for (most) music tracks. This combination of convenience and savvy pricing made buying music almost as painless as stealing it - and it thrust Apple headfirst into the content business. Today, the company aims to capitalize on its longstanding dominance of the mobile ...
by Anton D. Nagy | December 4, 2012 2:16 AM
Yesterday Apple announced that the iPhone 5 will become available this month in 50+ additional countriesand now it's time for Cupertino's iTunes online store to make its way to the same number of markets. Russia, Turkey, India, and South Africa are joining other regions in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean. The iTunes Store is now accessible in 119 countries for those who want to purchase content like music while more than 700,000 applications in the online market are available in 155 countries for iPhone and iPad users. Apple also just ...
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