So many people have cell phones these days, but it’s getting nearly impossible to get anyone to answer a phone call in a day and age where everyone texts like crazy. Perhaps Moviefone saw this coming, because they soon will be eliminating the phone part of their service.
Apple's reportedly in talks with Beats Electronics - the high-priced -headphone maker founded by hip-hop producer Dr Dre and music mogul Jimmy Iovine - about its planned Daisy music streaming service.
Streaming is all very fine and good if you have the bandwidth to support it, but in many areas of the US broadband speeds are so slow that streaming content can be challenging at best - and impossible at worst.
HBO's streaming app, HBO Go, could be coming to the Apple TV set-top box by this summer.
Nokia's launched an extension to the company's free Mix Radio service, offering unlimited downloads for less than half the price of Spotify.
Netflix is blaming the Christmas Eve failure of its streaming service on Amazon Web Services, which appears to have suffered problems with its data centers.
Netflix has signed a deal with Walt Disney Studios that gives the company the first license to show Disney's first-run, live-action and animated films.
Microsoft has released details of its Xbox Music service, offering access to around 30 million songs worldwide.
HBO seems adamantly opposed to offering a streaming-only service to US-based customers.
Apple's reported to be preparing to launch a Pandora-style streaming service, possibly as soon as the end of the year.
Pandora has rolled out a major upgrade for the mobile Android version of its streaming online radio app.
Google has quietly postponed the rollout of its $300 media player.
Aereo, which has been streaming a broadcast TV to New York subscribers, has had a victory in court, with a judge refusing to grant a preliminary injunction shutting the service down.
RIM's launched a rather nifty little gadget at the BlackBerry World Conference: the BlackBerry Music Gateway.
Start-up Aereo, rather bravely, is hoping to cut the cord with a new internet television service that delivers broadcast TV directly to phones, tablets, and televisions.
Google's planninng to launch an own-brand home entertainment system, according to the Wall Street Journal.
I find the history of home entertainment absolutely fascinating. Ever since my family got its first VCR, the fact that you could watch a movie at home was simply amazing to me.
Netflix has won a deal to stream movies from DreamWorks Animation - the first time a major studio has chosen web streaming over pay TV.
Facebook's teamed up with Miramax to launch an app allowing users to stream movies for as little as $3 a pop.
After a long, long wait, European music streaming service Spotify is finally launching in the US today.