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Trent Reznor Is Helping Redesign Apple's Beats Music Streaming Service From Scratch

Back in November we reported Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor was working on a new project with Apple. The timing of the news led many to assume it was related to Apple’s decision to shutdown — albeit temporarily — their Beats Music streaming service. 207 more words


Jay Z takes on Dr. Dre and Apple with new streaming business

Jay Z is going head-to-head with Apple — and Apple supporters Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine — by building his own streaming business. This streaming service will be “created by artists, supported by artists,” in an attempt to win big names over to his streaming service. 199 more words


Apple's new music mastermind has been named: Trent Reznor

Apple’s much-anticipated overhaul of its music strategy amid the decline of digital track downloads is gathering pace.

Recall that the company bought Beats Electronics, a high-end headphones maker and streaming music service, for $3 billion… 501 more words

Apple's 'iTunes Music' streaming service to cost $9.99/month, no free tier; iTunes Radio to get makeover

”Almost a year after agreeing to pay $3 billion for Beats, the maker of hip headphones and a streaming music service, Apple is working with Beats engineers and executives to introduce its own subscription streaming service,” Ben Sisario and Brian X. 388 more words


Report: Apple's new music service will cost $10/month, no freebies

In the end, Apple just didn’t have the leverage. Even after spending $3 billion to acquire Beats. Even with Jimmy Iovine’s deep industry connections. Even with 75% of the music download business. 317 more words


How Much Do "Beats by Dre" Headphones Really Cost?

Beats by Dre headphones are overpriced. Yes, we all knew that.

But, do you know the difference between how much you pay and how much they’re actually worth? 119 more words

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Apple and Oranges

Re/Code has reported on Friday March 6, 2015 that Apple plans on having a music streaming service that will not feature a free tier. Apple wants to have a single premium only model that will leave consumers paying $9.99 a month. 440 more words