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Music streaming services have 'The Witcher' soundtrack available now
You will be able to toss a coin to your music streaming service when 'The Witcher' soundtrack drops.
Streaming has consumed 80% of the US music market, was just 7% in 2010
Music streaming has almost completely consumed physical music within the last decade.
Drake is the first artist with 1 billion streams in a week
With over 1 billion streams in a week, Drake makes history with Scorpion.
7 processors, 14 cores, 15 drivers makes one crazy Creative soundbar
Creative's X-Fi Sonic Carrier soundbar features 7 processors, 14 cores, 15 drivers and 4k 60fps video streaming.
Vinyl sales have outpaced streaming revenues, according to the RIAA
Thought music streaming was big business? Spinning vinyls is still super popular.
Analyst: Less than 1% revenue generated from Apple Music
Not very much revenue from Apple Music?
Spotify secures $250 million in new financing, now valued at $4B
Spotify gets re-evaluated at $4 billion after managing to secure $250 million in new financing.
Xbox One includes free music streaming via ad supported Xbox Music
Xbox Music will be free on Xbox One thanks to ad-support.
ReportTT: Beats says its music streaming service will launch soon
Beats says we can expect to see its Beats Streaming Service launched within the next few months.
Pandora reaches 2.5 million in-car activationss milestone, will come in one-third of all new vehicles sold this year
Pandora now activated in more than 2.5 million cars in the US, expected to appear in 1/3 of all new car sales in 2013.
Spotify rolls out new Discover page to aid in finding new music
Spotify adds new "Discover" feature to web app, will roll out to mobile and desktop in the coming weeks.
Beats Audio to release new music streaming service later this year
New music streaming service to be launched later this year from Beats Audio.
Telstra and MOG team up, will soon offer Australians unlimited, on-demand access to more than 15 million songs
Telstra and MOG set to offer a new way for Australians to listen to music.