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Apple Finalizes Deals for its Cloud Music Service

Written on May 21, 2011 by Adam Eve

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One more record label to go, and users might have their music stores in the clouds.

Apple is extremely negotiating with record label to complete their deal to allow music streaming from Internet to mobile devices and computers. The company has already came to terms with Sony, EMI and Warner, which leaves Universal Music.

With the Streaming Rights different from Digital Download Rights, Apple has to re-negotiate all of its music deal. Once everything turns out well, a cloud music service will enable consumers to keep all of their music online and stream it to any device.

As soon as Universal Music gets on board, Apple will now gear up in launching its iTunes in the cloud. However, it still unknown whether iTunes will remain a buy-to-own model or an unlimited subscription platform. Nevertheless, removing all of your hassles by simply storing your music from various devices in one central location can be cool.

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Warner Reinvents Movie Digital Download Through iOS Apps; The Dark Knight and Inception Downloads Now Have Apps

Written on February 17, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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The Dark Knight and Inception iOS apps innovate online rental and movie purchasing experience.

The Dark Knight and Inception movies are coming to an iPhone or iPad near you, but you have to pay first. In an effort to boost online rentals and movie purchases, Warner has concocted a plot that may change the phase of the game as they offer two of Christopher Nolan’s recent stunning masterpieces for the 100 million Apple device owners out there. The movies each offer free apps along with some bonus content and the first five minutes of the flick. Should you want to get the entire film, then you only need to pay $9.99 and $11.99 respectively to continue.

Check out the preview video after the break!

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