Motorola Confirms iRadio Plans
Apr 18, 2005, 6:16 PM by (staff)
Motorola last week came forward with details including launch plans for iRadio, a music service they announced last year. Instead of streaming radio over a data connection, users will be able to download up to 10 hours of music from commercial free music channels of many genres, similar to satellite radio's variety. The service will require a computer and a new Motorola handset running the iRadio software which will have 256 MB of memory and cost about $200. iRadio will cost $5-7 per month and will be available in a few markets mid-May. Motorola hopes to launch the service nationwide by the fourth quarter.
Apple Music Is $10/Month
Apple today announced Apple Music, its new streaming music service. In addition to streaming the entire iTunes catalog, the service includes curated playlists.
T-Mobile Doubles Supported Music Unlimited Services
T-Mobile's Music Unlimited service today doubled the number of music streaming apps available, jumping from 13 to 27 in total. The new services include Google Play Music, Xbox Music, SoundCloud, RadioTunes, Digitally Imported, Fit Radio, Fresco Radio, Jazzradio, Live365, Mad Genius Radio, radioPup, radio.com, Rockradio, and Saavn.
Apple Releases iOS 8.4 with Apple Music
Apple today made available iOS 8.4, a system update for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch that installs Apple Music. Apple Music is Apple's new streaming music service and is part of an all-new Music app for iOS devices.
Samsung's Milk Music Service Expands to Web
Samsung has created a version of its Milk Music service that's accessible from any desktop browser. Milk Music uses Slacker's music library, but has a unique user interface for browsing through songs, albums, artists, and radio stations.
worst move - ever.
Motorola is officially.... in over their head.
And why do u say that?