Faster processors, instant searches, and immediate downloads have turned us into impatient jerks.
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Funny or Die addresses the painful expense Netflix recently imposed on the upper-middle class.
Steve Jobs will announce a fleet of new software in the WWDC keynote presentation.
And if you buy one, all you have to do is go down to the 8-Track Tape Museum in Dallas to listen to it.
The iTunes Kings are in the midst of signing multiple deals with record labels in preparation for the cloud.
Google wowed the audience with its updated Music app, but Apple could still take advantage of the gaps.
Given the music industry's propensity for targeting useful music apps, I'm surprised it took this long.
The online retailer debuts its cloud drive, allowing for MP3 storage and streaming.