All new music, both digital and physical, will be released globally on Fridays beginning July 10. While many record execs look forward to the change, some indie labels worry it may further marginalize niche music.
Apple Music's Eddy Cue highlighted Loren Kramar during WWDC as an unknown artist, but the musician/artist may have major label connections, a wealthy father, and school ties with Hollywood celebrities.
Samsung has announced two new OLED displays meant for use in retail locations. Available in transparent and mirrored versions, these displays integrate Intel Real Sense technology to create futuristic new in-store signage.
After launching in New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia earlier this year, Sony's PlayStation Vue television streaming service is now available on the iPad, but you'll still need to sign up on a PlayStation console.
The Netflix original, which has the potential to be a hit both with critics and discerning fans, will follow Pitt leading leading the U.S. military in the Afghanistan war. It's Netflix's most high profile original film to date, reportedly…
Apple confirmed that its streaming music service Apple Music, which launched yesterday at WWDC, will offer offline listening. The feature, which is similar to its streaming music competitors, allows for music playback without cellular or…
Announced today, TiVo Online allows users to search for what to watch across live TV, streaming services, and more, then watch it right there on the computer, including streaming live TV and DVR recordings.
Ahead of the anticipated release of Universal's new blockbuster, Jurassic World, we got a chance to sit down with lead actors Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and relatively unknown director Colin Trevorrow.
Feast your eyes on not one, but two True Detective trailers, featuring all four main actors (Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, Vince Vaughan, and Taylor Kitsch) prior to the second season premiere on HBO on June 21.
After watching Apple Music's launch, the CEO of competing music streaming service, Spotify, tweeted simply "Oh ok." While the tweet is now deleted, the simple quip shows a lack of fear as Apple Music enters the crowded market.