Apple won't have to pay $533 million to an iTunes patent troll
A three-judge panel unanimously agreed to throw out a two-year-old iTunes patent ruling.
Fox's impulse-buy Movie of the Day app comes to Apple TV
Just in time for Valentine's Day, it rotates discounted flicks every 24 hours.
Apple moving international iTunes arm to Ireland next month
The company hasn't been shaken by the EU's demands for payback from Irish tax deal.
Russia demands LinkedIn's removal from iTunes and Google Play
Russian authorities are purging LinkedIn's presence in their country.
BitTorrent's live TV network streams to iPhones
There isn't a ton to watch, but what's there looks and sounds good.
Apple reportedly working to rent new movies early on iTunes
They could be available only a couple of weeks after first hitting theaters.
Apple's renewed fight against AIDS includes new iPhone cases
You can also use Apple Pay, buy music and make in-app purchases to donate to a good cause.
Apple could lower its cut of subscription fees on video apps
Going from (mostly 70/30) split to 85/15 could benefit developers and customers.
Raise some Hell on your commute with the 'Doom' soundtrack
Left-hand fingers crossed that a collectible physical release is up next.