The rare partnership between rivals will deliver better music recommendations and other features for users.
Editor’s Pick Microsoft makes Xbox Music more accessible and easier to use for music fans.
icrosoft has launched a new web-based version of its Xbox Music app, a move to take on other streaming music services such as Spotify, Rdio, and Rhapsody.
Microsoft is launching a web version of its streaming music service/digital store Xbox music next week
Not much has been said about Microsoft’s Xbox Music, especially with all the attention that Apple’s newly unveiled iTunes Radio and Google’s Google Play Music All Access subscriptions are receiving.
The 2012 Xbox 360 dashboard update isn’t a graphical overhaul like last year, but it does add some much-needed functionality that makes the console a viable multimedia machine.
With Xbox Music, you can subscribe to an ad-free service, buy tracks a la carte, listen to radio, or get songs streamed to you for no charge.
It looks like Microsoft accidentally revealed pricing for its new Xbox Music streaming service today, weeks before full details are rumored to be announced.
To make room for the new Xbox Music service, Microsoft continues its plans to extinguish the Zune brand from the world’s collective memory.
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