Kamala Harris is out of the presidential race.
On International Record Store Day, mom and pop shops try to tempt music-lovers to their stores in an age when most people stream songs online.
The march toward streaming has gathered pace in recent years and the market is now swamped with alternatives—but Spotify remains strong.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he fears today's music is losing its "humanity" and spiritual element as algorithms take over for human curators in services such as Spotify.
The claimed third co-founder of the company sued over royalties.
The singer returns to Spotify on the same day rival Katy Perry releases her new album. Hmm.
Amazon's new streaming service will include innovative voice control using its Alexa software.
Apple's entry into music subscription services may have saved iTunes.
"I don't think I'd want to be on top of things like that again," says the nine-times Grammy Award winner.
The new project features James Blake and Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood.
Apple's takeover of Tidal has seemingly hit a roadblock.
Only Tidal—yes, the one that exclusively held Kanye West's The Life of Pablo—has all of Prince's discography for streaming.
The British star's 25 is set to be the first album ever to sell a million copies on three separate weeks.
The war of the streaming services hots up.
After a spat over royalties, Apple and the artist make nice again.
Of the 11 million who signed up for the trial version, nearly 60 percent subscribed.
The new "Straight Outta Compton" tie-in record received a huge audience on Apple Music
If music streaming is such a scam, why do only the millionaires seem to care?