There’s not enough room in this hotel room for both of them.
Let’s hope it’s not another ho-hum Galaxy exclusive.
For $7.99, YouTube Music Key offers ad-free listening.
What do you get when you cross a Chromecast with a Sonos? A less expensive way to stream music across your house.
Dr. Dre’s new streaming music service looks to have learned from the mistakes of Spotify, Pandora et al.
The streaming era is the next music industry ice age.
With the iTunes Radio juggernaut ready to launch, Pandora starts giving mobile users more music.
Steve Jobs treated the record companies like dirt. Now Apple needs them again, but – surprise! – those guys aren’t in any hurry to sign any more deals with the company that bullied them.
Pandora CEO Joe Kennedy resigns as Internet radio service posts record revenue – and record losses.
Slacker’s redesign readies the music streaming service to truly compete with Spotify and Pandora.
Americans do about half of their radio listening in the car. Thanks to a growing number of partnerships, much more of that audio will be coming from the Internet.
2012’s biggest moments in music had nothing to do with Adele, “Call Me Maybe” or the Tupac hologram. The real news this year were the shifts at the intersection of music and technology as the industry tried to figure out its digital future.
Music licensing costs are forcing Last.fm to scale back streaming audio. That could be a very bad sign for Pandora.
Who’s forging the future of radio? It’s still early, but keep an ear on this handful of businesses already pounding out that future.