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Apple adds 4K and HDR to Apple TV for 'cinematic quality'
Apple has unveiled its new 4K-enabled Apple TV, as the vendor aims to bring ‘the magic of the cinema straight to your living room’.
SoundHound is getting an AI voice interaction upgrade
The SoundHound app redesign brings AI voice technology to the forefront of the user experience...
Scammers claim there is a virus in Apple’s iTunes database
Scammers are once again targeting Apple customers in their attempt to hijack accounts and steal payment information. Here's the rundown.
Apple introduces Anzac Day education resources
Anzac Day is drawing near and is often a popular topic explored in Kiwi schools to educate new generations about the First World War.
What Apple's latest iOS update means for educators
Apple's latest iOS update brings a range of new features designed specifically for the education system, including shared iPads and the Classroom app.
Apple turns to the creatives, updates Final Cut Pro
Apple has updated Final Cut Pro X, Motion and Compressor, adding a range of features to the products.
Kiwi youth indulging in illegal downloads
Almost half of those surveyed admit to unauthorised streaming of TV programmes and almost a third indulge in unauthorised downloading of movies.
There's an app for that: 5 of the weirdest apps on iTunes
These days there’s an app for everything, including some that are downright weird and can help you nap at work, find the perfect watermelon or learn how to play the harmonica.
The music industry's move to digital: Stairway to heaven or highway to hell?
In the past few years musicians have been changing up their marketing strategies, leaving traditional sales channels behind and engaging with their audience in new ways.
Apple’s iTunes U gets even more creative on the iPad
Apple is bringing new tools to iTunes U to enable educators and students to build and experience education content on the iPad.
Kiwi designed travel app tops NZ iTunes charts
A local smartphone app designed to make travel for New Zealanders more convenient and enjoyable has reached number one in the Apple iTunes store just one week after its official launch.
Classroom boost as Apple's educational iPad lets loose...
"The incredible content and tools available for iPad provide teachers with new ways to customise learning unlike ever before."
Come on Dotcom let the good times roll…
"My motto is if they seize all your assets and destroy your billion-dollar company, just build a new billion-dollar company, and that's what I'm doing."
iTunes NZ - The Best of 2013...
Check out the best home grown and internationally acclaimed music, apps, movies, books, and podcasts of the year in New Zealand.
Spotify unmoved by iTunes Radio NZ launch
"Spotify doesn't benchmark itself against iTunes or other music services - it very much sees music piracy as its biggest competitor and the industry's most serious challenge."
How to use iTunes Radio in New Zealand
With the release of iOS 7, you’re probably wondering where iTunes Radio is? Here is a how-to guide on using an US iTunes account in NZ.
NZ set for 2014 iTunes Radio launch
Apple executive admits "we certainly want to be in more than 100 countries" as Kiwis prepare for iTunes Radio launch.
Top 10 Steve Jobs quotes…
Revolutionising an industry in creating technology rivals could only look at with amazement, here is a collection of inspirational quotes from the late, great Steve Jobs.
Dramatic Apple's iOS 7 is "unrecognisable"
Tech giant acknowledged the need for a user interface refresh and was willing to do something "pretty dramatic" with the launch of iOS.
Apple introduces iTunes Radio
Live from the WWDC in San Francisco, Apple releases free internet radio service featuring over 200 stations and a vast catalogue of iTunes music.
Apple celebrates Decade of iTunes
From U2's 'Stuck in a Moment' to 25 billion songs worldwide, Apple remembers key iTunes milestones.
iTunes: 10 years on, still going strong
Apple will celebrate the anniversary of its iTunes Store next week, as it continues to lead the market in digital music downloads.
Judge rejects resale of iTunes songs
Digital media still protected under copyright laws as U.S. district court judge rules against the resale of songs purchased through Apple's iTunes.
A+ for Apple's educational content, shame about the irrelevant pic below
One billion dollars means a heck of lot to Dr Evil. But one billion iTunes U content downloads means even more to Apple.