- News tagged "music"
Friday, 26 Jun 2015
Swifties rejoice, Taylor Swift has just confirmed that she will be streaming her top-selling album "1989" on Apple Music.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2015
Apple Music has successfully negotiated deals with the Beggars Group and Merlin, which could potential bring over 20,000 indie labels onto Apple Music.
Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015
Apple's "One more thing..." at WWDC 2015 turned out to be Apple Music, the long-rumored music service that follows Apple's acquisition of Beats last year. The music streaming service won't just play music though, Apple will also offer radio stations hosted 24-hours a day by live radio DJs.
Tuesday, 5 May 2015
Reports are rife that Apple is currently pressuring major music labels to stop licensing free music to services like Spotify and YouTube ahead of its rumored Beats music streaming service relaunch.
Wednesday, 11 Mar 2015
Popular music recognition app Shazam may move beyond its music and TV program realms. Read on to uncover its plans to see the physical world in a new light.
Wednesday, 12 Nov 2014
Spotify's CEO Daniel Ek has just wrote a long blog post defending Spotify and said that the company has thus far paid more than US$2 billion to recording labels, publishers and artists.
Tuesday, 4 Nov 2014
Taylor Swift has never been a big fan of music streaming services, but the artist took things a step further by removing all of her older albums on Spotify.
Tuesday, 16 Sep 2014
As part of last week's new iPhone and Apple Watch announcements, the company also gave all its iTunes customers free copies of U2's new album, much to the annoyance of some of its users. Here's how you can remove them.
Tuesday, 15 Jul 2014
An update to the Shazam app brings new benefits for Rdio subscribers, including the ability to stream a full track after Shazaming it.
Friday, 4 Jul 2014
With Nielsen's recent report on music consumption in the US, it seems like music streaming will soon replace digital downloads, much like how the latter has taken over physical album sales. Read on to find out more.