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Apple Music scores with Taylor Swift and Thom Yorke, but holdouts include The Beatles, Prince, and The Black Keys.
For those about to rock, we present our Apple Music day 1 guide.
Finally, you can make a comprehensive playlist of late 70's and 80's rock thanks to AC/DC landing on streaming services like Rdio and Spotify.
After a brief period of radio silence, Apple says it'll bring its new Apple Music streaming service to Sonos speakers this year.
Meet Tim Cook's new Apple...not quite the same as the old Apple.
Apple enlists famous artists to help Beats 1 capture listeners.
Adele and Arcade Fire will stream at launch thanks to 11th-hour deals with the major indie hold-outs.
Independent labels make up the bulk of the music industry, and it's to Apple's advantage to keep them happy.
It's good that Swift's open letter helped Apple see the folly of asking artists to go without royalties for three months. But Apple Music could pay larger dividends.
After a very public conversation on royalty payments, Apple changed its heart and so did Taylor.
British labels XL Recordings and Domino refuse to be part of free three-month trial that won't pay royalties to artists.
Apple's current Notes and Maps apps aren't as good as their competitors, yet they're used far more. Why? Because they're there.
Apple took a stand in 2001 by stating that you owned your music. Now it's hoping you'd rather rent.
The investigation is part of an overall probe into the music streaming business.
The new app debuts June 30 with social and radio features to set it apart from Spotify.
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