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  1. Beats 1 Is The New iPod And Apple's Latest BetRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    The iPod was hip and cool. A device that was introduced to the world as being able to hold one thousand songs in your pocket went on to be Apple's trojan horse and take over not only the music industry but also the entire music culture.


  2. Apple and Google's PartnersRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Re/code

    A version of this essay was originally published at Tech.pinions , a website dedicated to informed opinions, insight and perspective on the tech industry. It's been a busy couple of weeks in tech news, despite the traditional summer lull where major news is concerned.


  3. Apple Music's Beats 1 isn't Just Radio on the WebRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Newley Purnell

    Zane Lowe's debut on Apple's Beats 1 radio reminded me of what has been missing from my iTunes music collection: Personality . The former BBC Radio 1 DJ played to my anticipation, spending a long radio minute talking about how he selected the first song to be played on Beats 1 - a release from the rock band Spring King from Manchester, England, that's little known beyond its fan base but whose track "City" has gradually built momentum.


  4. Microsoft Axes The Xbox Music Brand, Hits Do-Over On Its Music And Video PushRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | TechCrunch

    Microsoft will retool the branding of its entertainment apps that live inside of Windows 10, its new operating system and platform. In a move that I can only describe as curious, if not downright odd, Microsoft is dropping the Xbox branding on its music and video products, changing them, in order, to 'Groove' and 'Music & TV.'


  5. The Anxious Ease of Apple MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | New Yorker

    "These services treat you like a criminal," Steve Jobs said of streaming-music companies, in an Apple keynote address in 2003 . "And they are subscription-based, and we think subscriptions are the wrong path.


  6. Apple Working to Add Home Sharing for Music in iOS 9Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | MacRumors

    With the release of iOS 8.4 and the new built-in Apple Music service, Apple removed Home Sharing for music on iOS devices, a move that many Home Sharing users have been upset about. It was unclear if Home Sharing for music would be re-added in the future, but according to iTunes chief Eddy Cue, Apple is planning to add Home Sharing to iOS 9. In response to a tweet about the removal of Home Sharing for music, Cue tweeted "We are working to have Home Sharing in iOS 9." Wording in the release notes for the last iOS 8.4 beta suggested that Home Sharing and Genius Mixes were "not currently available," hinting that the features could return at a later date, and it appears that is indeed Apple's plan.


  7. Fisher: Radio's retro futureRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Denver Post

    Steve Jobs, chief executive officer of Apple computers, stands by a projection of the iTunes website as he launches iTunes Music Store in the territories of Great Britain, Germany and France, on June 15, 2004 in London. The innovators who brought you the iMac, iPhone and iPad don't usually look backward.


  8. Xbox Music Grooves to new nameRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | USA Today

    Microsoft is rebranding its Xbox Music service as Groove for its coming launch of Windows 10, the company announced today in a blog post. Xbox Music Grooves to new name Microsoft is rebranding its Xbox Music service as Groove for its coming launch of Windows 10, the company announced today in a blog post.


  9. Microsoft launches Groove Music on Windows 10Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | I4U Future Technology News

    Microsoft revealed today changes in the entertainment features of Windows 10. Microsoft introduces the evolution of the Xbox Music experience, now titled Groove, with new features. Microsoft says that Groove Music describes what people feel and do with music, and is more intuitive for our Windows 10 customers on what they'll find with the app.


  10. Solving Os X problems: Finding old utilities, removing a partition, and migrating dataRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Macworld UK

    This week, Mac 911 focuses on OS X and things that are missing or migrating. I answer questions about deauthorizing software on a Mac before a migration, where to find old Wi-Fi utility software and firmware, deleting a Fusion drive's extra partition, and a small array of Migration Assistant questions.


  11. How to Customize Apple TV to Show Only the Channels You UseRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | MacRumors

    We've been waiting for the fourth-generation Apple TV for at least two years now, and we've been teased with vague comments, leaks from the supply chain, and analyst predictions for several years running. We thought we'd get a look at it this year at the Worldwide Developers Conference, but Apple was still not ready to show it off.


  12. One simple app can make music and video sound a lot better on your MacRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    This is because I use the Mac version of Spotify, which doesn't have an equalizer. With an equalizer, you can adjust the bass, mids, and treble levels to your liking, and many have preset settings designed around specific genres, like Rock, Hip-Hop, or Classical.


  13. What Apple Music Connect needs to succeedRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Macworld UK

    Apple Music's Connect is designed to foster connections between artists and fans, but there's not much to love yet on either front. For listeners, Connect is pretty bare-bones and hasn't offered much in the way of new content.


  14. Apple Fast FactsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | KSFO-AM San Francisco

    ... the AppleWatch, a wearable computer/watch. December 16, 2014 - Apple wins an antitrust lawsuit brought by eight million iPod owners who alleged that Apple abused its monopoly power in the music industry to force out competition. January 27, 2015 - ...


  15. TekThing 26: iPhone 6S Rumors, Find Lost Files On Android, Reduce PC...Read the original story

    10 hrs ago | Hak.5

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  16. Olga Wants MeRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Connecting the Dots

    The increasing sophistication of spammers constantly amazes me. This one, however, was the best yet.


  17. Amazon Debuts Dedicated Mobile Apps For Its Dropbox Competitor, Cloud DriveRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | TechCrunch

    Amazon has quietly expanded its Cloud Drive service - a competitor to Dropbox, Google Drive and other online file hosting services - to mobile platforms, with the release of dedicated apps on iTunes, Google Play, and the Amazon Appstore. The apps offer a simplified folder list and a way to view and share files, as well as play the music and videos you have stored on Cloud Drive.


  18. Ronin Game Studios Launches New Life Simulation Game Battle for Wall StreetRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Digital Game Developer

    Ronin Game Studios, LLC, the leading provider of Wall Street themed entertainment games, is proud to announce the launch of Battle for Wall Street, a unique Wall Street themed life simulation game and corresponding mobile application. Battle for Wall Street will take users on an unpredictable journey as they try their luck at becoming the next Titan of Wall Street.


  19. Apple Music Streams Doubled in First Half Of 2015; JP Morgan Sees Positive Impact For StockRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Benzinga

    In a report published Monday, JP Morgan analyst Rod Hall stated that Americans streamed 135 billion audio tracks and music videos over the Internet during the first half of 2015. Citing data from Nielsen, Hall noted that the 135 billion audio tracks and music streams represents a more than doubling from the same time period a year ago.


  20. People in Greece can't buy things on iTunes because of the country's capital controlsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    Anybody in Greece who tries to buy an album on iTunes is left with error messages . That's because Apple is a foreign company, and Greeks are prevented from sending money abroad.