iTunes Store

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iTunes Store

Apple's online store for purchasing music, movies, TV shows, e-books, podcasts and audiobooks for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Apple's App Store is also available from the iTunes store. See Apple App Store and iTunes.
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To mark the special milestone, Apple has created a virtual timeline of iTunes' history, named 'A Decade of iTunes' that can be accessed from the iTunes music store on the desktop.
The Apple iTunes music store has sold more than 25 billion songs, and to celebrate the company gave a E10,000 ([pounds sterling]8,600) gift card to the downloader of the milestone track.
The iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store has been unveiled by computer company Apple, enabling music fans to browse, search, preview, buy and download albums and songs from its iTunes Music Store over a Wi-Fi network, directly to their iPod touch or iPhone device.
Computer company Apple has revealed that the new 'Memory Almost Full' solo album from Paul McCartney is available for digital pre-order, exclusively on the company's iTunes music store.
APPLE has denied a report that claims US sales at its iTunes Music Store fell by 65% in the first half of 2006.
Corps wanted a court order to stop Computer using the "apple" marks with the iTunes Music Store which has sold a billion songs.
Apple Corps, the company owned by Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and the families of George Harrison and John Lennon, wanted multi million-pound damages from Apple Computer over the use of the apple logo on its revolutionary online iTunes Music Store.
Apple Corps had wanted court orders to stop Apple Computer using the 'apple' marks in connection with the iTunes Music Store and damages after an investigation into Apple Computer's profits.
Boston University is making video downloads of its athletic events and sports video content available through the Apple iTunes Music Store, making it the first school to use the popular Apple technology for sports broadcasting, according to school officials.
Apple Corps is suing Apple Computer to force them to drop the apple logo from the iTunes Music Store and asking for damages.
Apple's new iTunes U, is a free, hosted content management system allowing colleges and universities to provide students and faculty with easy access to their educational content, including lectures, interviews, audio books, video, and more through the same technology as the iTunes music store.