On the same day Apple displays its digital music dominance, an electronics rival says it'll offer streaming music over the Net.
The nation's largest broadband provider heeds Google's call to make ultrahigh-speed broadband available to the masses. Now it just needs to work out a few details.
More than a year after being announced, the online retailer's cloud-based music player now has a home among iOS devices.
Google Music is now open to all, offering a cloud-based music locker, downloads and sharing via Google+. Tune in here for live coverage.
Dubbed BBM Music, the cloud-based service aims to create an ever-evolving library of music that can be shared with other BBM Music users.
Apple has launched a new Web page with a step-by-step description of its cloud-based music service, complete with video and FAQ.
The company defends its cloud-based music service and says that it was designed to ensure that it does not violate copyrights.
Reports say a service known as Castle, a hidden feature in the latest build of Mac OS X Lion, point to new cloud-based service following the company's rumored purchase of domain name iCloud.com.
Good news, music lovers: You can now listen to your cloud-based tunes on the go. The bad news: It's a somewhat clunky solution, at least for now.
All the pieces are in place for Windows Phone 7 to deliver all three types of cloud-based music services for mobile: all-you-can-hear subscription, PC-to-device, and online music locker.