Twitter finally launched their much-anticipated #Music service, if you haven’t yet heard of it, you will soon. Songs are derived from iTunes, Spotify, or Rdio and can be listened to in their entirety by linking each of those services to the Twitter #Music app.
APPLE has announced that it will delay the release of iTUNES 11 essentially because it’s not ready yet, butCOMPUTERWORLD also reports that the delay could also be a smokescreen to allow iTUNES’s to be revamped along with the debut of APPLE Radio.
Microsoft Corp on Monday announced that Xbox Music, a digital music service to vie with Apple Inc’s iTunes and Amazon.com Inc’s Cloud Player, will be available for its Xbox game consoles on Tuesday.
This morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the long-awaited iPhone 5. The smartphone boasts a bigger screen, a faster chip and a thinner frame, and it will be available on September 21st.
You could say that the story of the recording industry over the last decade and a half — the era since the MP3 rattled its game plan — has been a struggle to find a balance between the consumer’s demand for widespread access to music.
All-you-can-eat music streaming services offering millions of tracks for less than the price of an album are posing a threat to the iTunes Music Store juggernaut – and forcing musicians to work for next to nothing.
Yesterday, during his keynote speech at the CA Expo in Sydney, former Google boss Douglas C Merrill said that companies stuck in the past risk becoming irrelevant. He also had some very interesting things to say about pirates.