Amazon today announced that its Alexa customers now have access to a free, ad-supported version of Amazon Music.
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Google announced a free, ad-supported version of YouTube Music to all users of Google Home and other Google-powered speakers.
Hell has frozen over: Google’s popular YouTube service is coming back to Amazon Fire TV in the coming months.
Billboard reports that Amazon plans to launch a free, ad-supported music streaming service similar to Spotify’s base offering.
Cord-cutting isn’t about saving money, though that’s still very much the case despite recent price increases. It’s about freedom.
Roku’s latest system software begins a not-so-subtle shift towards pushing the firm’s own streaming service.
Quirky Swedish furniture retailer IKEA has announced a range of Sonos-powered smart home devices that it will begin selling in late 2019.
Netflix recently killed support for Apple’s AirPlay streaming technology in its iOS app. But there’s no conspiracy here, Netflix says.
According to a new report, Amazon plans to ship Alexa-powered wireless earbuds in late 2019 to take on Apple’s AirPods.
In memory of the beloved Microsoft consumer products and services that have been ripped from our cold, dead hands.
With Microsoft scaling back its Groove efforts over time, many in the Microsoft community are looking to Spotify as a replacement.
Apple has once again cut the price of the iPhone in China. But this time, it's cutting prices on iPads, Airpods, and Macs as well.
Amazon Music doesn’t get a lot of attention, but it is most likely the third-largest digital music service by listeners.
In an unexpected twist, Apple has canceled its long-delayed AirPower wireless charger, citing quality problems.
Spotify is testing a cute new Premium Duo plan for couples living under the same roof.
This week’s Apple services event was anticlimactic, full of bluster but only vague promises for the most part.
Spotify is now going to use algorithms along with human talent to offer more personalization for its human-curated playlists.
The BBC has admitted that it is blocking all of its podcasts from appearing in Google Podcasts, Search, and Assistant. For some reason.
Apple promises to aggregate content from multiple video services into a single, cohesive user experience. What does that remind me of?
Netflix is testing a new mobile-only plan for customers in India as it looks to reach more customers.
The latest Deloitte Digital Media Trends report claims that the average American subscribes to three streaming video services.
No surprise here, but Netflix confirmed last night that it will not participate in Apple’s coming video service.
Sony’s cord-cutting solution now lets you view four different channels at the same time on Apple TV.
Spotify branded Apple as a monopolist in its response to a wordy but insubstantial Apple statement about its App Store policies.
For now, I’ve chosen a solution called Castbox that appears to offer everything that I used to like about Pocket Casts.
Microsoft has revealed that it will retire the ability to stream music from OneDrive to the Groove Music app in Windows 10.
Apple responded to Spotify’s complaint about its abusive business practices in the only way it can: Ineffectively.