Remember that Apple-branded Internet radio rumor that started a few months ago? Well, it was actually planted in Apple founder Steve Jobs’ head by Beat Audio chief exec Jimmy Iovine.
Iconic music man Trent Reznor’s new streaming music service will launch sometime in late 2013, announced the service’s backer Beats Audio today.
The online music service MOG has sold its ad network to huge media holding company Townsend Media for an undisclosed amount. The music service itself was bought by Beats Electronics just last month.
Streaming music service Rdio is getting a revamp. Rolling out today, the updated web interface and desktop-application design plays up social music sharing and recommendations, and cuts down on clicks with a new unified view.
Streaming music service Rhapsody has now hit the 1 million paid subscriber milestone, the company announced today.
Editor's Pick Anyone who who follows technology trends has undoubtedly heard the term “cloud service” thrown around a few gazillion times over the past few months. But if you don’t know the difference between terms such as PaaS, IaaS and SaaS, don’t fret — you’re far from alone.
Since the launch of Facebook’s social music tools, Facebook users have listened to songs on the social network 1.5 billion times.
Since the advent of broadband, the barriers to selling music on the Web have quickly evaporated. But the area of music licensing, an annoying splinter in the music industry’s foot, is still sluggish and inefficient.
On-demand streaming music service MOG has seen startlingly high user growth through Facebook since its integration with the popular social site in mid-September, the company announced today.
Streaming music service Spotify has finally launched an application to bring its service to BlackBerry owners who love having access to copious amounts of music.
Who needs Spotify? Rdio intends to one-up its competitors today with the introduction of a free on-demand streaming music service that has no ads.
Social network Myspace clarified its future strategy of focusing on music at an advertising event Monday.
On-demand music service Rhapsody has acquired rival music service Napster from Best Buy, it announced today.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that its Zune Music Pass will offer a more competitive $9.99 plan for all-you-can-stream music starting Oct 3. The company also said it will being offering Zune services in Canada the same day.
Streaming music service MOG on Tuesday announced it has partnered with Samsung to offer its 12-million-song streaming catalog to owners of the latest models of Samsung Smart TVs and Blu-ray players.
After several months of keeping its new service invite-only, Spotify took advantage of its spotlight at the Facebook f8 event this week to open its doors to anyone who wants to use the on-demand music service. And they’ll get to do so free for six months.
Not to be forgotten in the wake of popular subscription music services like Spotify and Rdio, the revamped (and legal) Kazaa has now launched its own iPhone app.
Just ahead of the launch of Facebook’s much anticipated music service, Internet radio service Pandora has unveiled a slick new HTML5 website and removed the cap on how much music free users can stream each month.
Editor's Pick There’s a digital music revolution afoot. For the price of a single iTunes album, you can stream a month’s worth of songs from millions of choices while at home or on the go. But there’s so much movement and so much competition that it’s hard to keep track of all the companies worthy of your hard-earned cash.
Not to be left out of the streaming music hubbub this week, music subscription service Rhapsody announced today that it has added Facebook and Twitter integration to its web service as well as an improved radio recommendation engine.
Following MOG’s lead by just a few hours, music subscription service Rdio on Wednesday announced it will soon launch a free version that lets users listen to unlimited on-demand music.
Subscription music service MOG on Wednesday announced it will launch a free on-demand component to its service tomorrow, in a move that will help it better challenge players like Spotify and Grooveshark.
Research in Motion on Thursday launched a streaming music service inside of its popular BlackBerry Messenger app.
BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion is working on its own digital streaming music service that would run specifically on its smartphones and tablets, according to CNET.
Since its launch last month, streaming music service Spotify has accumulated 1.4 million members in the U.S., according to All Things D. What’s arguably more important among that tally is that about 175,000 people, or 12.5 percent, are paying subscribers.
The much-hyped European music service Spotify is launching today in the U.S. We covered the news yesterday, but a few of the more important details, such as pricing and levels or service, weren’t available until now.
Much-hyped European music service Spotify plans to launch this week with a slow, invite-only process to add members, according to a Mashable report.