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According to a new report, Apple is finally—finally!—going to unveil the next generation Apple TV this fall.
Amid greater competition from Apple and Google, Pandora hatches a new way to skip the annoying commercial breaks.
Twitch's slow move out from under Adobe Flash is slow going, but work on the video player is starting to appear.
In honor of #10YearsofPodcasts, the staff shares the podcasts we never miss. (And guess what: Only one is about tech.)
Hulu users can now control playback from an Apple TV, Xbox One, PlayStation, or Chromecast straight from the wrist.
The new iTunes 12.2.1 update fixes a problem with iTunes Match and Apple Music.
The US Government may investigate whether or not App Store policies gives Apple Music an unfair advantage, according to Reuters.
Apple Music brought many changes to iTunes, and that means you have lots of questions.
Remember when iTunes used to be about playing music? It's evolved into a mess of an app for selling Apple's media services.
The network's new channel comes with a month-long free trial.
Updating iOS for Apple Music disables streaming iTunes songs from a Mac, and it'll stay that way for at least a couple more months.
One indie musician says Connect needs to make it easier for artists to publish and promote their work.
Stop holding Apple to a different standard.
Don't want to bother with Apple Music or iTunes, but curious about Beats 1 streaming radio? Turn to Spotify and Twitter for a sampling.
iTunes users no longer have a free, built-in way to stream their songs from a Mac to iPhones and iPads.
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