The band has let it be known that they’re not springing their 13th album as part of the upcoming Apple campaign for the next iPhone.
A woman from the land down under had the wool pulled over her eyes to the tune of $1200 big ones.
Hey, it’s an infinitely better idea than the time they offered a phone dial-in to listen to their A Bigger Bang European Tour in 2006.
Do you need access to your favorite Rolling Stones songs, as well as Stones videos and info on the band, 24/7? You’re in luck (if you have an iPhone): there’s an app for that.
Selections from “The John Lennon Letters” will soon be available in a new app for iPhone iOS.
Last night, ABC’s Nightline got an exclusive, rare look behind the doors of the Chinese factories that manufacture all of the Apple computer products that we love so much. It’s an eye-opening look at what […]
[pullquote quote="Most people make the mistake of thinking design is what it looks like." credit="Steve Jobs"]Steve Jobs, co-founder, chairman, and former chief executive officer of Apple Inc. passed today, he was 56 years old. In […]
Fans of the [lastfm]Rolling Stones [/lastfm]can now rock out to the group’s classic tracks without doing much more than moving a finger.
Music service BlueBeat has developed an app for streaming playlists on the iPhone. The same company was slapped with an injunction last year after selling downloads of tracks by the [lastfm]Beatles[/lastfm] without acquiring proper licenses. […]
Universal Music Group has unveiled its new Six-String iPhone application, which allows users to “play along” with top tracks from Universal artists. With Six-String, users can “pluck, strum and change chords” to their choice of […]