When HTC ponied up $300 million for a majority stake in Beats, it's fair to say it signaled its interest in audio. Now, rumors suggest the handset manufacturer is setting its sights on music streaming. More »
Apple is rebranding Beats Music and will ditch its red-and-black color scheme Users will be able to keep their music in the cloud or on specific devices The service is rumored to cost $7.99 a month, less than competitors like Spotify Premium, which cost $9.
There have been a few hints that Apple wants tointegrate Beats Musicinto itsexisting software, but there are now signs that the tie-in will go especially deep -- and that Android users won't be left behind.
Apple reportedly has acquired music analytics service Semetric, according to The Guardian . The British startup is responsible for the Musicmetric analytics tool that allows clients to track sales data, BitTorrent downloads and other metrics such as social network statistics and Spotify streaming.
Apple will integrate Beats Music into its Music app, Android application in the works.
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If you thought that Apple 's acquisition of Beats would be the last big news for the audio accessory and streaming company, think again. Monster , Beats' previous partner in the business, is now suing the company, its founders Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre (Andre Young) and HTC . Its claim is that the two companies conspired to trick Monster out of a deal with Beats.
Apple reportedly won’t unveil any new Beats-based music streaming service at its “Spring Forward” event.No Beats-Based Apple Music Streaming Service at March Event [Report] is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Ian Rogers, Apple Music's senior director has revealed the time for the Beats 1 launch on Tuesday.Beats 1 Launch Set for 9AM PDT on June 30, iOS 8.4 Going Live at 8AM is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
With Samsung 's latest flagship fully unveiled and, if rumors are true, out in the market next month, it's time to compare and contrast its features with current and past smartphones. Naturally, DisplayMate is pouncing on the opportunity to test out the Galaxy S6 's, as well as the Galaxy S6 edge 's, screens to rank it against Samsung's own Galaxy Note 4 and, of course, the iPhone 6 .
If you want to see the song's full lyrics, just click the slider below the lyrics.If you'd prefer to see lyrics on your phone or tablet, you'll have to download the Musixmatch app, and sync yourmusic with Spotify.There's a way to see the lyrics for any song you're listening to right on Spotify, without ever having to open a browser to Google song lyrics.
WWDC is Apple's biggest event of the year. After the keynote, thousands of developers attend sessions with Apple employees to learn how to make better apps for Apple's various gadgets.Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), where it typically announces updates to the software for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, begins June 8 with a keynote address at 10 a.m.
In less than 48 hours, the world, or at least the Apple world, will finally be treated to the company's biggest music push since the iPod and iTunes. Taking to his personal blog, Apple Music senior director and Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers announced that, yes, on Tuesday morning, 30th of June, Apple Music will formally launch as part of an iOS update.
Apple Music users will be able to use the new streaming service with Sonos speakers later this year. Eric Nielsen, a spokesperson for Sonos, told Business Insider that the company is already working with Apple to make Apple Musicavailable on the connected speaker system before the end of 2015, but couldn't give a more specific timeframe for the integration.
Apple is reportedly working on its first Android app — a streaming music service that will compete with Spotify, according to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman . Apple plans to use the streaming service it acquired from Beats Music several months ago, but the app itself will be designed by Apple, Gurman reports. The price could be around $7.99 per month, but it's not confirmed.
The HTC One M9 is here, and it feels mighty familiar. The company’s new flagship, unveiled here at Mobile World Congress 2015 , takes the premium metal unibody of its predecessor and slots in a new chip, new camera, and tweaks what has already proved to be a popular design.
WhenApple spent $3 billion to buy Beats, it certainly made the headlines, but the company also goes to great lengths to keep smaller deals under wraps. One that has completely flown under the radar is its recent acquisition of Musicmetric.
There's a Valve-centric VR headset coming from HTC this year, and it goes by the name Vive. That's HTC Vive, a new take on the virtual reality universe. A headset that works with what HTC and Valve describe as Full Room Scale. This device combines the massive gaming knowledge of Valve, the user base of Steam, and the manufacturing knowhow and high-end craftsmanship of HTC.
If you're hoping that Apple will launch its retooled music streaming service alongsidea smartwatchnext week, you'll have to wait a bit longer.9to5Macreportsthat Monday's"Spring Forward" eventwon't include details on the next phase of iTunes/Beats Music. Instead, the audio subscription option will launch at WWDC in June as part of an iOS update that annually rolls out soon after.
That's right: the second-generation "Pebble Time" smartwatch will be launched on the same platform as its predecessor: Kickstarter. This unit is reminiscent of its predecessor, working with a subdued physical design and a newly updated Pebble OS software interface.