"Siri, play the top song from 1982." Apple Music's silliest element sets the new $10 subscription service apart from the pack -- but will it get you to pay?
Apple exec Eddy Cue responds to Taylor Swift to say, yes, actually, musicians will get their due after all.
A new version of Apple's mobile operating system and Beats 1 radio station is set to debut Tuesday morning, says former Beats CEO and current Apple exec.
The exec in charge of Apple Pay tells CNET at a Golden State Warriors game that the mobile payments service will work on the company's new smartwatch as long as the device has been unlocked with a passcode or through an iPhone.
Those who buy Comcast's fancy new XR5 v4 remote will find a new take on a familiar slogan on the back of the device, reminding them that the remote was "designed by Comcast in Philadelphia."
Streaming music's loudest critic is also its greatest gift: Every time Taylor Swift denounces services like Apple Music, she explains to consumers what a great deal they are.
The pop star is holding back from Apple's new music streaming service, arguing that its free trial offer will deprive musicians of the earnings they deserve.
In a tweet, the pop star says fans will be able to stream her chart-topping "1989" album on Apple Music, after her complaint about a royalty loophole made the tech giant change its tune.
Eddy Cue, Apple SVP of Internet software and services, also says Apple in 2014 has the "best product pipeline" he's seen in 25 years.
Apple's iTunes chief says at the Recode Code conference that Steve Jobs would be "extremely proud of the products we're building."