Start the music... It's an exciting time for tunes as Apple, Google and BlackBerry all launch online music services -- but a backlash is brewing against digital streaming as some record labels and artists turn against Spotify. What is the future of music?
Plus we look at the rest of the week's technology news, including the revelation that broadband speeds drop by a third in the evening and the welcome news that Ice Cream Sandwich is coming to Sony Ericsson Xperia phones and the Samsung Galaxy S2. And we discuss Nikon 1 J1, a new interchangeable lens camera that's exciting many of our readers.
In Crave, we take a look at the top tech of the week. Rich is excited about super-fast web surfing on phones promised by O2's trial of 4G in London, Andy is dropping beats with the Beats by Dr Dre Executive headphones, and Drew is celebrating the tenth birthday of the Xbox.
In our feature, we set the music world to rights, in the week that 200 indie labels pulled their music from Spotify and other online streaming services. Spotify is under fire from artists such as Coldplay and the Mercury Prize-nominated Jon Hopkins. But online music is here to stay, with BlackBerry Music, Google Music and iTunes Match all launch this week.
And finally we listen to your feedback, including the results of our Facebook poll asking how many phones you've owned, reminiscing on the classic mobiles we've owned and loved.