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T-Mobile expands Binge On data-free video streaming to NBC, Google Play Music, Spotify, Tidal & more

T-Mobile today announced new services being added to its Binge On program, which allows its wireless subscribers to stream video content from certain apps without dipping into their mobile data caps.

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Jordan Kahn

May 17th

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Comment: It would be more surprising if Apple had not discussed a post-iTunes world

While Apple has denied a report that it was planning to stop selling music downloads in either two years or 3-4 years, the denial to Re/code was somewhat vague.

Apple rep Tom Neumayr wouldn’t expand on [the ‘not true’] comment, except to make it clear that he was responding to both timelines proposed in today’s story from Digital Music News.

And really, nobody should be surprised if the broader report is true: that Apple has discussed how and when it might exit the music download business …

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Filed under: Apple Music, Opinion Tagged: Apple Music, iTunes, Music, music downloads, music sales, streaming

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Ben Lovejoy

May 12th

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Taylor Swift dances to The Darkness in latest Apple Music ad

Taylor Swift is continuing her partnership with Apple Music, with yet another ad featuring the singer and the streaming service. The new minute-long commercial features Taylor Swift dancing around to ‘I Believe In A Thing Called Love’ by The Darkness.

Swift demonstrates using the Apple Music discovery features (via the ‘Friday Night Rocks!’ playlist) to find the track. The ad ends with the slogan ‘Dance like no one’s watching’.  Watch the ad after the jump …

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Filed under: AAPL Company, Apple Music, iOS, iOS Devices, Tech Industry Tagged: Apple Music, Music, streaming, subscribers, Taylor Swift

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Benjamin Mayo

May 12th

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Review: Definitive W7 + Play-Fi, hands on with an AirPlay competitor for home wireless music

I love the concept of streaming music around the home. There are a lot of great wireless Bluetooth speakers for wireless music on the move, but it’s still unclear what to choose for a static home environment. Apple’s answer is AirPlay, but it has flaws: no multi-room support from iOS devices, limited adoption by speaker manufacturers, and spotty reliability at best.

I’ve been trying an AirPlay alternative, called Play-Fi, which is a competing industry technology for home Wi-Fi music streaming from DTS. Specifically, I tested the Definitive W7 wireless speaker which integrates Play-Fi. Read on for my review  ….

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Filed under: iOS Devices, Reviews Tagged: Airport Express, iOS, Music, Music Streaming, streaming, wifi, Wireless

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Benjamin Mayo

April 22nd

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WWDC Rumor Roundup: Everything Apple could announce at its upcoming event

Siri for Mac with OS X 10.12, iTunes and App Store redesigns, improved iCloud encryption, and original programming for the Apple TV. These are just a few of the projects Apple has reportedly been working on and they are also likely candidates for stage time at its upcoming WWDC press event and developer conference. Add in the last of the Macs that are due for updates and the usual dose of new developer tools, and we already have a lot to look forward to at WWDC slated for June 13-17.

Below we take a look at the latest rumors and reports for all of the expected product updates and new features in the cards for the event.

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Filed under: AAPL Company, iOS, Mac Tagged: 10.12, Apple TV, iOS 10, iTunes, MacOs, OS X, roundup, rumor, Siri for Mac, streaming, what to expect, WWDC

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Jordan Kahn

April 21st

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Apple shares new collection of Earth Day-inspired playlists on Apple Music

Continuing its Earth Day efforts, Apple today has shared a collection of new playlists on Apple Music that the company says provides the “perfect soundtrack for Earth day – and beyond.” The collection consists of five different playlists containing a wide array of artists.

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Chance Miller

April 19th

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Drake’s upcoming album ‘Views From The 6’ will be an Apple Music exclusive, but only for a week

Since Apple Music was officially announced, Apple has had a deep partnership with rapper Drake, even bringing him on stage last year at WWDC to discuss Connect. Drake and Apple reportedly inked a $19 million deal to have the rapper host a show on Beats 1 among other things, and now, BuzzFeed News reports that Drake’s highly anticipated new album “Views From The 6” will be an Apple Music exclusive when released on April 29th…but only for a week.

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Chance Miller

April 12th

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PornHub Just Launched a Free App for Set-Top Boxes and It Is Weird


Do you dream of jerking off on your couch in surround sound as the dull blue glow on your giant 4K television fills your eyes with flesh? Today is your day my horny friend. PornHub just launched its first ever app for set-top boxes. It’s a real blast.

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Adam Clark Estes

April 7th

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Roku debuts a new Streaming Stick with a quad-core processor, support for private listening

Roku Streaming Stick w_remote Roku this morning introduced the third generation of its lower-cost streaming service, the Roku Streaming Stick, priced at $49.99, and a competitor to other sticks and dongles, like Google’s Chromecast or Amazon’s Fire TV Stick. The new device now includes a quad-core processor which will make using Roku’s software feel speedier than before, and it also introduces a way to… Read More

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Sarah Perez

April 5th

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Apple announces first original TV show focused on the ‘app economy’ with music artist Will.i.am

Apple has long been rumored to be creating its own original TV content, and now it’s made its first plans official. Apple shared today that it will work with TV executives Ben Silverman and Howard T. Owens, as well as rapper Will.i.am on its first TV project (via NY Times). Silverman is perhaps best known for his work on shows like The Biggest Loser, while Owens is one of the minds behind MasterChef Junior.

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Chance Miller

March 24th

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