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Spotify isn't afraid of Apple Music and it has the users to show it with a doubling of paid subscribers in just over a year.
New Apple streaming music service? Must be time to complain about streaming music services.
According to Sony Music CEO Doug Morris, Apple will introduce a brand new music streaming service at Monday's WWDC keynote.
Over 60 percent of premium TV streaming was done on an Apple device. So what could go wrong in Apple's master plan? The fact that Chrome, not Safari, is the browser of choice for most online TV viewers.
Students can also get a discount on the paid music streaming service.
The new standalone service launches on July 12, and includes full access to Showtime's back catalog.
Apple wants to add local programming to its subscription TV service, but this may be causing delays.
At WWDC Apple will unveil its new music service, which combines on-demand streaming, Internet radio and celebrity DJ's to try and lure iTunes' 800 million users into paying $10 a month.
The CEO of CBS said that he is currently in negotiations about bringing the network's programming to the new Apple TV service, adding "we're very excited about it."
Smarter running playlists and podcasts will keep you coming back for more.
The pursuit of live, local TV stations may be gumming up the process, and Apple reportedly has no TV programmers on board.
The overhauled app, out today, now offers original content and new features for runners.
If you can't decide between Internet radio and on-demand streaming, Rdio's $4 per month plan will give you a bit of both.
The overhauled Beats Music streaming service is rumored to have a social element for musicians.