Microsoft is trying its hand at a streaming service, tipped to launch on 26 October.
What's Microsoft announcing on Monday in Los Angeles at its hush-hush media preview? Guesses?
A leaked screenshot suggests that you'll be able to download unlimited music for around £9 a month if you buy a mobile running Windows Phone 7.
At Microsoft's official Windows Phone 8 launch, Redmond reveals even more features in its rebooted mobile OS.
Unlimited streaming with five MP3 downloads every month? Yup, that's the new Napster plan. And it's not just for the Yanks either -- we're getting it this year as well
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Microsoft is launching its Zune music streaming and download service in the UK, across platforms including Windows Phone 7, Xbox LIVE and Windows PCs. Read on, youngling...
According to a tip received by MacDailyNews, Apple's considering an iTunes all-you-can-eat subscription for $129.99 a year--that's cheaper than all other subscription services, and would cement iTunes' absolute dominance.
If Apple approves it--and that's a big "if"--users will still have to have a premium subscription to use it, which would make Spotify no different than subscription services already available on other MP3 players.