After years resisting subscriptions, Apple hits play on a $10-a-month streaming music service Tuesday with a three-month free trial.
The app serves up some 600 films, many of them not available on Netflix, Hulu, or anywhere else.
Amping up their partnership, users can now immediately click and hear tracks licensed by Spotify on Last.fm's own site.
Starting with one for MTV and MTV2, they build on the company's current "second screen" apps and add on-demand video, plus new webisode-style series. But most of it is only for people who already pay.
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.
"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's streaming service is now live, but you won't find it in the App Store.
Webcasters, such as Pandora, saw following increase by 27 percent while on-demand players, such as Spotify and Rhapsody grew by 18 percent.
Need help getting started on all-you-can-stream services like Spotify and Apple Music? Here are the six questions to ponder before you sign up.
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