Amazon Cloud Player Streams All Your Music to Your iPhone

If you're an iPhone owner who opted to go the way of Amazon's storage locker as a means of streaming music, then you know listening to music on the go hasn't exactly been convenient (unless you actually like navigating Amazon's site in Safari). But Amazon finally got their act together and released a proper music app » 6/12/12 9:50am 6/12/12 9:50am

Watermarks Could Rain on Cloud Music Locker Parade

Music publishers are none too pleased with Amazon's decision to launch a music locker service where anyone can store up to 5GB of MP3s and stream them back over any internet-connected computer or Amazon's Cloud Player Android app, without a cent going either to Amazon or copyright holders. » 4/11/11 3:20pm 4/11/11 3:20pm

Amazon is Now Trying to Get Licensing Deals With Record Labels

From thinking they don't need licensing deals, to "aggressively courting" the big record labels, Amazon's change of heart on the Cloud Player storing/streaming issue will likely cost them dear. After all, it's not like the labels will be responding nicely to their calls, after effectively setting up a streaming… » 3/31/11 4:20am 3/31/11 4:20am

Could Amazon's Cloud Player Be Illegal?

Amazon may argue that functionally, their Cloud Drive service is the same as storing media on an external hard drive, but question marks hover over their Cloud Player, which streams those tracks from the cloud. In the eyes of Sony Music—and possibly more record labels—this Cloud Player requires Amazon to sign extra… » 3/30/11 5:20am 3/30/11 5:20am

Amazon Cloud Player Goes Live, Will Let You Upload and Stream Your…

As we've speculated it might, Amazon has announced its own cloud-based media streaming service. It's called the Amazon Cloud Player and you can start using it right now. » 3/29/11 12:15am 3/29/11 12:15am