Lots of folks got excited by the Google Cast for audio announcement earlier this week because it’ll make beaming music to your speakers (so long as they’re compatible) super easy. However, there is one company that’s not super into Google Cast for audio.
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Music streaming has taken a big part of the music industry, with services like Pandora, Spotify and Rdio. Of the bunch, Spotify has just launched their new family plans.
The service was first announced in late October, and Spotify has kept to its word by launching the new plans just a few weeks later. With ... Read More »
Google’s list of acquisitions is growing once again today, as the Big G has snapped up streaming music service Songza.
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In accord with recent rumors, Amazon has now launched its Prime Music streaming service. Prime Music is Amazon’s entrance into the world of music streaming, and takes the focus from the individual tracks and shifts it to curated playlists, much like Songza. However, with Amazon Music allows you to play individual tracks and albums along with ... Read More »
The Moto Stream is a new accessory that can pair with a smartphone, tablet or computer and wirelessly stream music to a speaker or stereo system. The Stream ... Read More »
There are more and more music streaming services becoming available as time goes on. From Spotify to Google Music All Access, with new ones like Beats Music launching recently, there is a service for everyone. But Samsung has taken it upon itself to make another, and the company decided to call it Milk Music. Because ... Read More »
Beats Music, a new music streaming service, has finally launched on all three major mobile operating systems. Beats Music offers over 20 million songs and tries to differentiate itself with custom playlists made by real people instead of software deciding what music is next. Radio stations that add music depending on your interests have never ... Read More »
We’ve heard talk of Beats Music for quite a while now. It was said to be just another music streaming service, which left many of us completely disinterested in what it had to offer. Now Beats has finally released some details on its new service, though, and I have to say it actually sounds pretty ... Read More »
Hop into the wayback machine and join me at Google I/O 2010. It was day 2 of the conference and Vic Gundotra was playing the ghost of Android future and showing us the Android world that was yet to come. Vic described Google Music as we have it today. (Upload your music collection to the ... Read More »
When Google announced Google Music back in May, there was a huge feature missing from the service: the ability to buy songs from inside Google Music. The main reason Google wasn’t able to add this was due to licensing deals. Basically, the company couldn’t reach a deal with music labels, so it decided to ... Read More »