Amazon announced today that it has released podcast support in Amazon Music in the U.S., U.K., Germany, and Japan.
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Spotify has already issued an antitrust complaint about Apple One, Apple’s bundling of its own online services.
As expected, Apple today announced the bundling of its existing services into Apple One, which will be available in three tiers.
Amazon today announced the preview availability of Audible Plus, a lower-cost tier of the firm’s audiobook subscription service.
Thanks to my transition from Google Play Music to YouTube Music, Google reminded me of a feature called Takeout that deserves more attention.
An SEC filing suggests that Panos Panay, the head of the Microsoft Surface, maybe joining the SONOS board of directors.
Some transitions are seamless while others are disruptive. Moving from Google Play Music to YouTube was somewhere in-between those extremes.
In the wake of its legal challenge to Google, Sonos has finally gone after the market leader, Amazon, albeit indirectly.
Google revealed today via a support document that it will begin shutting down its Google Play Music service in September.
A Microsoft support document reveals that the firm will end support for Cortana on mobile, the Invoke smart speaker, and Surface Headphones.
As part of its quarterly earnings report, Spotify announced this week that it now has nearly 300 million monthly average users (MAUs).
Apple today released the second developer betas for iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS 11, tvOS 14, and watchOS 7, paving the way for the public betas.
Spotify has added a Premium Duo Subscription for couples in 55 markets, complementing its individual and Family plans.
An Amazon Prime Video app is now available for Windows 10 in the Microsoft Store. It’s virtually identical to the web experience.
Google has countersued Sonos, alleging that the smart speaker maker made false claims against it and stole its intellectual property.
After several months in beta, Adobe Photoshop Camera is now available on iPhone and select Android handsets.
While I still plan to wire Ethernet into my home office, I’m experimenting with Powerline networking in the furthest reaches of the house.
Sonos today released the S2 version of its smart speaker OS and mobile app and renamed the legacy versions to S1.
Following a months-long beta test, Apple last night released iOS 13.5, which adds improved Face ID recognition for mask wearers.
Adobe announced today that it is adding two eagerly-awaited features to Photoshop on iPad: Curves and Brush Sensitivity.
Google says that Google Play Music users will soon be prompted to transition to YouTube Music and Google Podcasts.
Sonos on Wednesday added three new and upgraded models to its smart speaker lineup, including a new product called Arc.
Spotify complains a lot about Apple’s closed ecosystem. But Sonos co-founder John MacFarlane says that Spotify is even worse.
Spotify beat financial estimates and revealed that it now has over 130 million paid subscribers and 286 million monthly active users.
Spotify is the most popular streaming music service, but it wasn’t the first, and it most certainly isn’t the best. How does anyone use this thing?
Samsung has issued a major software update for the original Galaxy Buds that adds some features that were previously exclusive to Buds+.
After examining the latest HomePod firmware, 9to5Mac discovered that it is now based on tvOS, and not iOS as before.