Where’s the Intel Sticker?

Walt answers a reader’s question on how to tell if a PC has a new Intel chip if you’re buying online and can’t see the Intel sticker on the box.

Apple Debuts iTunes Radio, Beefs Up Services

Tune in, turn on, drop out.

At 10, You Still Have Some Tricks, iTunes

For users puzzled over the finer points of iTunes, Katie offers some ways to improve how you use the digital-download source.

Apple’s iOS 6.1 Brings Siri-Enabled Movie Ticket Purchases, iTunes Match Update

iOS 6.1 is finally out of beta.

Apple’s Next Battleground Isn’t TV; It’s Web Services

Great Web services are as critical to Apple’s success as great hardware.

Google’s Music Locker Now Works Like Apple’s and Amazon’s. Except It’s Free.

Apple and Amazon charge $25 a year. But now you can move your music to Google’s cloud — using “scan and match” technology — without paying a penny.

Sonos Schools the Dock With New Software Update

Wireless music system maker Sonos recently discontinued its iPod/iPhone dock. Today, it replaced it. With a software update.

Amazon Grabs Top Sony Music Exec

The label’s digital business head goes to the other side.

Apple’s iRadio: The Case Against Pandora Panic

Pandora investors flipped out yesterday after a new report about Apple’s music plans. Consider this post a digital Xanax.

The Spotify Effect Shows Up: Streaming Music Boosts Warner’s Bottom Line

Good news for the music labels, who have been waiting for a new digital revenue source to materialize.

Turntable.fm Gets Its Label Deals Done

Microsoft Office on iPad

Sending Music to the Cloud

Apple’s Cloud Still Isn’t Streaming