The pioneer in subscription music appears to be in retreat as tech giants show more interest in the business model.
That's good for up to 35 songs, which you can keep even if you decide not to continue your subscription.
With her rose-coloured glasses on (high-resolution, of course), Lexy looks back at her top tech moments of 2013.
Developers have added apps such as Amazon Kindle, OpenTable, and The Wall Street Journal. CNN, The Daily Show, eBay, and Skype will be available in the coming weeks.
Representatives from Pandora and venture capital company note there isn't a single profitable digital music service and they blame high royalties.
Citizens Against Government Waste joins the likes of artists such as Rihanna and Katy Perry in opposing the Internet Radio Fairness Act ahead of tomorrow's hearing.
The U.S. Department of Justice says Bob Kohn, who filed some of his arguments as a cartoon strip, has no standing in the case involving five book publishers and Apple.
A new breed of digital music service offers a combination of high-quality, lossless music and the thrill of new discovery, without having to wait for a monthly disk in the mail.
Almost everyone will miss almost everything discussed on social media. So...here's what was hot last week, including widely shared topics such as the killing of a Florida teen and Twitter's sixth birthday.
Veteran online music retailer eMusic is gearing up for a major relaunch, starting with the addition of music from Universal Music Group, as well as a new pricing plan.