At a 50% discount, too.
From a 16-bit personal computer to Apple’s controversial 2014 acquisition, there’s no denying that music is part of Apple’s DNA.
Eddy Cue, Apple’s music man, sounds a worried tone about the industry.
Music industry insiders win every time.
Apple created the digital music industry, but its days of taking us to places we didn’t know existed might be over.
At $35, the Chromecast is a marvel. But how well does it hold up for home audio?
We spent some time with the reinvented Sonos app—which may be the key to the modular speaker-maker’s survival.
Streaming music with heart-pounding beats can be as easy as flipping a light switch. (Sponsored by Bose)
Beats Music feels like it was designed by someone who wears cool shoes and doesn’t talk about algorithms.
The streaming era is the next music industry ice age.
The increase speaks to Amazon’s ability to turn analog sales into digital dollars.
Which music subscription service is for you? A side-by-side comparison of Spotify, Rdio, MOG, Rhapsody, Grooveshark and Deezer.
Justin Timberlake’s new album is the most heavily pre-ordered one in iTunes history. And that was after a week of free streaming. What does this mean for digital music’s complicated future?
Amazon and Google are both in talks to launch music subscription services, opening yet another front in their increasingly testy rivalry.
Spotify now has 6 million paying subscribers, and added its most recent million since December But as the music streaming space heats up, the company will face some enormous challenges, both in the short term and down the road.
Amazon has released its Cloud Player music app for the iPad, enabling control of up to a quarter million songs.
The RIAA slams Google for failing to hamper access to alleged pirate sites. But is that really Google’s job?
2012 was been a very good year for SoundCloud. What’s behind the social music and audio-hosting platform’s massive uptick in user activity?
Myspace is now competing with music streaming services like Pandora and Spotify, and that’s not going to be easy, even with Justin Timberlake’s music industry clout.
Maybe the Internet isn’t killing the music industry after all.