The new self-titled album by the Dixie Chick's Emily Robison and Martie Maguire -- otherwise known as Court Yard Hounds -- reflects a new direction for the pair while maintaining a sensitivity to their former brand of music
Apple on Thursday announced that it's entering the health insurance business with a service called 'iNsure." Once the service launches later this year, people will be able to purchase health insurance from the iPhone and iPad App stores.
Who needs a yearly Macworld in San Francisco when, as the release of the iPad last month showed, we're living in bigger, non-stop Mac world? Through its Apple stores -- and, just as important, through its own web site -- Apple reaches and educates its customers.
People should pay for music to support all the unknown artists out there who are trying to make it. What if internet piracy had existed in the 1960s? No Dylan? No Beatles? Would Bono be working as a longshoreman?