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Beatles won't be coming to iTunes anytime soon

Beatles won't be coming to iTunes anytime soon

By 6 August 2010

Beatles fans may be slightly disappointed to hear the news that Beatles songs won't be coming to iTunes anytime in the near future. The news comes in after Yoko Ono told Reuters: "Steve Jobs has his own idea and he's a brilliant guy", before continuing,... >>

iPod gets The Beatles music...

iPod gets The Beatles music...

By 11 February 2010

If you've been dying to hear some Fab Four tunes emanating from your Apple iPod touch or iPhone then there's a workaround for you that's just been launched. While the world waits for The Beatles back catalogue to go officially digital, a Beatles-themed... >>

Ringo Starr admits he's crap at Rock Band

Ringo Starr admits he's crap at Rock Band

By 15 January 2010

Beatles drummer and kids TV voice-over artist Ringo Starr has admitted that he's "crap" at Beatles: Rock Band. The legendary skinsman made the admission to Jimmy Fallon on his "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" show on US TV. "I'm absolutely crap at it. We... >>

Sgt. Pepper coming to The Beatles Rock Band

Sgt. Pepper coming to The Beatles Rock Band

By 13 November 2009

It was 2 months ago today, that Rock Band let us play, a truck load of Beatles songs, so that we could all sing along. Now may I introduce to you, the pack we've all wanted for years - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band! Yes, Harmonix and Apple Corps.... >>

The Beatles Rock Band - Xbox 360   review
3.5 out of 5

The Beatles Rock Band - Xbox 360 review

By 6 November 2009

Of all the bands that have a difficult relationship with digital music, The Beatles stand above AC/DC, Metallica and Pink Floyd as the most troublesome. Apple Corps has a long-standing dispute with EMI that prevents the Fab Four's music from being available... >>

BlueBeat claims it owns copyright in Beatles tracks

BlueBeat claims it owns copyright in Beatles tracks

By 5 November 2009

Hank Risen, the owner of BlueBeat.com, which was found last week to be selling MP3s of the Beatles' catalogue for as little as 15p per track, has defiantly stated that he owns the copyrights in the songs that he's selling. EMI filed a lawsuit against... >>

Beatles offer 16GB apple-shaped USB drive

Beatles offer 16GB apple-shaped USB drive

By 4 November 2009

The Beatles have perennially refused to put their catalogue on any digital download sites, despite a little-known site called BlueBeat stocking the fab four's tracks at knock-down prices. But if you want to get your hands on legitimate digital recordings... >>

Beatles live performance coming to venue near you

Beatles live performance coming to venue near you

By 3 November 2009

That's a headline you could read in the not too distant future thanks to a new technology that is hoping to change the way we listen to music forever. The concept, created by Zenph Studios and called "Re-Performance", works not by re-mastering music... >>

Beatles go on sale online

Beatles go on sale online

By 3 November 2009

The Beatles' entire back catalogue has found itself online for streaming and downloads semi-legally thanks to music service BlueBeat Music. The site, which will no doubt be pulled within hours is currently offering Beatles fans the chance to own songs... >>

U2 wants their own video game

U2 wants their own video game

By 8 October 2009

U2's bassist, Adam Clayton, has said that the band wants to follow in the footsteps of Metallica and the Beatles by starring in their own video game. The band has been extensively associated with Apple's iPod and RIM's BlackBerry products in the past,... >>