Apple’s iTunes sells movies on DVD release date

Apple’s iTunes sells movies on DVD release date
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Apple Inc said on Thursday it reached deals with top Hollywood studios to sell movies on its iTunes download service on the same day as the titles are released in DVD form, bringing its clout to a nascent market for video entertainment.[Lees verder]

Jimi Hendrix company says sex tape not genuine
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The company that controls rights to rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix’s music and likeness said on Thursday a purported sex tape of the musician being sold on the Internet was not authentic.[Lees verder]

Alicia Keys recruiting backup singer via MySpace
NEW YORK (Billboard) – Want to be a backup singer for Alicia Keys? The R&B star is inviting female singers who are aged 21 to 30 to “audition” via MySpace.[Lees verder]

Older Japanese go online in search of love
That’s what Yoji Kawamura figured after retiring at the age of 62 and deciding that part-time work and his new hobbies of photography and computers weren’t enough to fill his days.[Lees verder]

GTA 4 poised to dominate Xbox Live
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Players of the popular “Grand Theft Auto” video game series have always reveled in its unique blend of beatings, shootings and vehicular mayhem.[Lees verder]

Lego’s latest brick trick: a virtual world
BILLUND, Denmark (Reuters) – Millions of children pick up Lego bricks each year to spend hours — 5 billion, in fact — creating their own imaginary worlds.[Lees verder]

UK indy music: Love the Internet but seek the label
LONDON (Reuters) – As musicians they are fiercely proud of their freedom to play what they choose, and revel in being part of a vibrant live scene, but the goal for up and coming British bands is to sign with a major label.[Lees verder]

Apple’s iTunes sells movies on DVD release date
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Apple Inc said on Thursday it reached deals with top Hollywood studios to sell movies on its iTunes download service on the same day as the titles are released in DVD form, bringing its clout to a nascent market for video entertainment.[Lees verder]

Jimi Hendrix company says sex tape not genuine
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The company that controls rights to rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix’s music and likeness said on Thursday a purported sex tape of the musician being sold on the Internet was not authentic.[Lees verder]

Alicia Keys recruiting backup singer via MySpace
NEW YORK (Billboard) – Want to be a backup singer for Alicia Keys? The R&B star is inviting female singers who are aged 21 to 30 to “audition” via MySpace.[Lees verder]

Older Japanese go online in search of love
That’s what Yoji Kawamura figured after retiring at the age of 62 and deciding that part-time work and his new hobbies of photography and computers weren’t enough to fill his days.[Lees verder]

GTA 4 poised to dominate Xbox Live
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Players of the popular “Grand Theft Auto” video game series have always reveled in its unique blend of beatings, shootings and vehicular mayhem.[Lees verder]

Lego’s latest brick trick: a virtual world
BILLUND, Denmark (Reuters) – Millions of children pick up Lego bricks each year to spend hours — 5 billion, in fact — creating their own imaginary worlds.[Lees verder]

UK indy music: Love the Internet but seek the label
LONDON (Reuters) – As musicians they are fiercely proud of their freedom to play what they choose, and revel in being part of a vibrant live scene, but the goal for up and coming British bands is to sign with a major label.[Lees verder]