The Nine Inch Nails front man, chief creative officer at Beats, is directing the design of an Apple streaming-music service to rival Spotify's, according to The New York Times.
Tidal is a new subscription streaming service which offers truly lossless music -- and the promise of a better deal for the artists.
Music's bedrock business will be selling access to streams, not ownership of tunes. So what does that mean for the artists you love? It should be music to their ears.
Aiming to step out of the shadow of Spotify, Pandora and Apple's iTunes Radio, 4-year-old Rdio beefs up its free radiolike service and designs a warmer welcome for the uninitiated.
A note on the site encourages subscribers to switch to Beats, which Apple is in the process of acquiring for $3 billion.
Quickly after Apple's deal to buy a music-streaming service, a report says Amazon will launch a similar offering but one lacking new releases.
Pure is launching a new streaming speaker into the US, plus a bunch of new colors in its lineup.
Online streaming music grew in popularity and reach in 2013, but examples of those doing it profitably are still scarce. Here's what may make next year different.
Jimmy Iovine's Spotify rival is set to launch in the US early next year.
Telefonica Digital picks the music industry's original digital disrupter -- now a by-the-books subscription service -- as its favored streaming music provider, and it could take a stake in Rhapsody.