Apple announced a new music streaming service called Apple Music at its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday.See also: Exclusive: Tim Cook says lack of diversity in tech is 'our fault'While music streaming has increased in popularity over the past several years,
Why would Apple buy Beats when it could just evolve iTunes into a streaming music service? Well, it wants the talent of Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. But according to a source with direct knowledge of iTunes’ executive strategy, by buying and operating an external streaming service like Beats,
Apple just bought Beats, but rather than risk cratering iTunes download sales by evolving it into a streaming service, it will operate Beats Music in parallel to give listeners an all-they-can-hear subscription option.
Apple will discontinue the streaming music service Beats Music it acquired in May, according to five sources, including several prominent employees at Apple and Beats. Many engineers from Beats Music have already been moved off the product and onto other projects at Apple, including iTunes.
Apple’s streaming music service, which will be a totally overhauled version of Beats but with iTunes branding and tighter integration with Apple’s own devices and software, will make its official debut in June, likely at WWDC.
Last month I reported that Apple would shut down Beats Music and likely add streaming music to iTunes. Apple denied, specifically, that Beats Music would be shut down. Shortly thereafter,
It seems clear that Apple wants to get into music streaming in a big way, and as Josh Constine reported yesterday, Apple could even be looking at buying Taylor Swift’s record label. With Dr. Dre and Beats in the fold, Apple looks to be setting itself up for a monster launch,
You better believe that when Apple’s streaming music service comes out later this year, it’s going to come hard. Apple’s MO is to arrive late but with superior firepower, as it did with the iPhone and will with the upcoming Apple Watch. What does that mean for its quest to steamroll Spotify,
On August 3, 2015, the once popular media player iTunes passed away. The death comes just weeks after the arrival of Apple Music, its apparent heir, which was not well received by the typically loyal public. iTunes was just 14 years old.Read more...
It’s reported that the music streaming service is ready to shut after Apple decided to rebrand the service as part of the acquisition it made back in May.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/09/23/apple-winding-down-beats-music-streaming-service-we-know-it/
Apple might indeed be rolling its Beats Music streaming service into its general iTunes music offerings, and shipping it included across its range of mobile devices, including both iPhones and iPads. If the Financial Time’s sources are correct,
Colin Kaepernick and his former teammate, Eric Reid, have reached a settlement in their suit against the NFL. The players sued the league in 2017,
Samsung is throwing in the towel on Blu-ray players, in the U.S. at least."Samsung will no longer introduce new Blu-ray or 4K Blu-ray player models in the US market," the company told CNET, in response to an earlier report in Forbes. SEE ALSO: Welp,
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been one of the most outspoken critics of Amazon's now-abandoned HQ2 plan for New York City, and now the online mega-retailer is hitting back...nicely.
When Oscar voters cast their ballots ahead of the 91st Academy Awards on Feb. 24, Disney wants them to remember Incredibles 2."For your consideration" ads and social media posts are a common sight in the run-up to the big show every year.
Want a new basketball jersey? In the future, it may be as simple as pushing a button.NBA Commissioner Adam Silver showed off a concept for the "NBA jersey of the future" that does just that. Silver, who was speaking at the NBA's All-Star Technology Summit demoed the futuristic tech,
Uh-oh, this doesn't look good.You know how when you delete a Twitter DM and you're expecting it to, like, be erased and non-retrievable ever again? Turns out Twitter's still keeping archives of deleted DMs according to a security researcher who shared his discovery with TechCrunch.SEE ALSO:
5G phones — real ones you can actually buy soon — are coming.OnePlus and Samsung have already pledged to release 5G smartphones sometime in 2019, but LG might beat everyone to launching one first if a newly leaked image of its alleged 5G-ready V50 ThinQ ends up being real.SEE ALSO:
Apple usually trots out at least one vanity statistic at its Worldwide Developers Conference, and this year's is a doozy"It's hard to believe that the App Store was launched only seven years ago," Apple CEO Tim Cook said on stage, with audible glee.
John Waters has finally reached the pinnacle of mainstream success:
When two titans of the food industry come together, the result is usually something amazing, delicious, and probably hazardous to your healthThe newest fast food product is no exceptionTaco Bell announced on Friday that their new dessert option, Cap'n Crunch Delights,
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Thanks to the bitter relationship between Microsoft and Google, Windows Phone doesn’t have an official YouTube client. Either we use any web browser to access the juggernaut video portal, or a third-party client. And one of the most appreciated YouTube clients, myTube,
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BlackBerry's newly Snapchattified BBM messenger is now available, so you can mad with some, err, corporate sexting?Read more...
A local Australian businessman has taken matters into his own hands after a competitor moved in down the road.The owner of the Mitre 10 hardware store in Swan Hill, Leigh Cowling, decided to take on the chain megastore Bunnings with a "F*** U Bunnings" sale.