How unlimited access changes our relationship with music.
Rising to the top of the living room.
Human DJs are digitally in vogue.
Fans flock to music, not just videos.
Chromecast owners get a free streaming-music subscription.
Eddy Cue, Apple’s music man, sounds a worried tone about the industry.
Music industry insiders win every time.
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.
The phone giant’s streaming service aims to take on Pandora and iTunes Radio, though it’s only available on Galaxy devices.
Streaming music with heart-pounding beats can be as easy as flipping a light switch. (Sponsored by Bose)
What do you get when you cross a Chromecast with a Sonos? A less expensive way to stream music across your house.
Beats Music feels like it was designed by someone who wears cool shoes and doesn’t talk about algorithms.
Dr. Dre’s new streaming music service looks to have learned from the mistakes of Spotify, Pandora et al.
Giving out freebies Oprah-style may not be enough to keep the streaming-music service afloat.
From audiophile to casual music listener, we’ve got great-value picks for every budget.
The streaming era is the next music industry ice age.
Finally we know how much musicians make per stream—and boy, is it not much.
With the iTunes Radio juggernaut ready to launch, Pandora starts giving mobile users more music.
These off-the-beaten-track music services offer innovative features you’re not going to find on Spotify, iTunes or Pandora.