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Rdio unveils a $3.99-a-month plan that gives you infinite skips on Pandora-like radio stations plus 25 on-demand songs of your choosing. In other words: a riff on Rhapsody UnRadio.
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.
The Audiophiliac explores the deep end of Tidal's new music subscription service, and he loves the lossless sound quality.
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.
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.
Need help getting started on all-you-can-stream services like Spotify and Beats Music? Here are the six questions to ponder before you sign up.
This story originally misstated the amounts said to be paid to the indie music labels. Apple reportedly will pay out 0.13 cent in the first year each time a song is played and 0.14 cent in the second year, while Pandora reportedly pays out 0.12 cent. That is, payments per song play are in the hundredths of a penny.
Apple is jumping into the streaming music business, taking on everyone from Google to Pandora. It made the announcement at WWDC.
Songbeat takes aim at the digital-downloading business with its new player, which can record music streams from across the Web. But is it just like radio to cassette?