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It may sound too good to be true, but startup Bop.fm says their music aggregation service for Apple iOS can pull in the best of what other paid services have to offer.
Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss all things iTunes including ripping CDs when you Mac doesn't have a CD player, syncing both iTunes Match and local music, and TV show playback options.
Nice? The holiday deal givers. Naughty? Yahoo for exploiting Flickr images. Chris Breen and Susie Ochs discuss it all on this week's podcast.
You know that one song that sends you lunging for the skip button every time? Denied can skip it for you.
As the political thriller's success continues, the company has more reason than ever to produce new original content, some already in the works.
Be thankful for your couch, your remote control, and the miracle of streaming movies.
No word on whether drivers can dock your star rating based on terrible music taste.
Google now gives you something other streaming music services can't provide: access to music videos and streaming music, even offline. Meet YouTube Music Key, a beta subscription service Google launched Wednesday.
Now you can stream all the curated playlists you desire, and your bags still fly free, too.
Despite what cable apologists may tell you, a la carte pricing is poised to change everything.
The company doesn’t break out music sales, but reports indicate downloads are falling fast.
What’s the streaming music subscription sweet spot? Apple is reportedly eyeing a $5-a-month option.
The future of a-la-carte TV looks less than rosy. The $6 monthly All Access service omits football games and “The Big Bang Theory” due to licensing issues, and new shows will still have commercials.
HBO Go might just be the first domino to fall.