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The new “rent once, watch anywhere” feature is also a sign that iOS 10.3 and Apple TV 10.2 are on their way.
Facebook is reportedly working on a tvOS app to bring its videos to your living room.
Scratch, scrub, and cross-fade with this new iOS app for pro-sumer DJs.
Movie studios are looking into giving iTunes earlier access to home-rentals, but only if Apple can prevent the movies from being pirated.
Sony brings its TV streaming service to "one of the most highly requested devices by our fans."
Apple reportedly looked into acquiring Time Warner, owner of HBO and CNN, but it has new reasons to be interested.
The streaming services have partnered with Dubset, a rights management company focused on unofficial remixes.
Apple Music in iTunes 12.5 is a lot better the second time around.
Recently, Spotify has added 10 million new subscribers—all without flashy exclusives. Should Apple be worried?
If licensing deals pan out, the internet radio service could start offering paid streaming as early as next month.
The all-new app – available on tvOS, Chromecast and Roku – aims to provide the best "queerated" entertainment.
Apple is building a digital TV guide for Apple TV and iOS. The very similar Yahoo Video Guide came out last year.
iCloud Music Library will now match all tracks with acoustic fingerprinting and no copy-protected files. So if you have Apple Music, you no longer need to pay for iTunes Match.
According to a new report, Apple is in talks to acquire the streaming service best known for its celebrity tie-ins.
Spotify has reached a new milestone, but Apple Music continues to gain paid subscribers by the millions.