For all the excitement around the new iPhone 6S and iPad Pro, the new Apple TV was in fact the most momentous announcement at last week's Apple event.
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Now, you can access all of the eligible Disney movies you purchased elsewhere in Microsoft's Movies & TV, and vice versa. Here's how to set it up.
Walt Disney Company announced this week that it would expand the availability of its cloud-based video service content to include Amazon and Microsoft.
This week, Amazon updated the Prime Video service and its Amazon Video mobile apps to allow Android and iOS devices to enjoy offline viewing of videos.
Microsoft this week released Groove Music—the replacement for Xbox Music—to Android devices, Xbox One and the web. And Sonos announced beta support as well.
Microsoft has issued a major update to the Xbox Music apps for Android and iOS, adding support for OneDrive-based music and other new capabilities.
After some speculation arose yesterday, Microsoft has come clean: it is indeed renaming Xbox Music to Groove, and Xbox Music Pass to Groove Music Pass.
The Phone Companion app in Windows 10 refers to Xbox Music as Groove Music, and to Xbox Music Pass as Groove Music Pass. Is Microsoft rebranding Xbox Music?
If you're familiar with streaming music services like Spotify, Apple Music will seem very familiar. But it will be a compelling choice for Apple fans.
Google announced this morning that it will now offer a free, ad-supported version of its Google Play Music streaming music service that works like radio.
As expected, Apple today announced a new music subscription service, Apple Music, which will replace Beats Music and be available on popular desktop and mobile platforms.
MixRadio—previously a Nokia music streaming service that was exclusive to Windows Phone—is now available on Android and iOS. But no worries, Windows Phone fans: MixRadio tells me it is still very committed to your favorite mobile platform. I was invited to MixRadio’s announcement today in New York but couldn’t justify the expense. But I have […]
Spotify announced this morning that it has partnered with Starbucks to bring its streaming music service to over 7,000 US-based Starbucks retail stores.
In late 2006, Microsoft announced Zune, “the next big milestone for its Connected Entertainment vision.” Zune was, let’s face it, an iPod rip-off, though it did offer some unique features and, more important, came in a sweet brown version. So sweet, in fact, that I still have mine. I’ll provide a number of looks back […]