The Billboard Charts used to mean something. Today, they still carry a measure of cachet, but they're not really a good reflection of what's popular and interesting in music these days. We can obviously do better.
Pandora is the leader in streaming music mostly because it got there first. But use it for a while, and you realize the service's catalog—not to mention its features—are limited. On paper, Slacker Radio is superior, and today, the five-year-old service is launching an overhaul aimed at proving it's superior.
Sonos Inc, makers of wireless HiFi stereo systems, announced a system software update today that promises a host of new features as well as deeper integration with two of the Internet's largest streaming music providers. Here's what's new.
The newly revamped AOL Radio is live now online and in the app store—it's actually pretty good! Consider switching if you want a human—and not an algorithm—to pick what you listen to.
If you're willing to cough up $10 a month, you'll find yourself with 8 million songs at your disposal on Slacker's new Premium Radio service, which we previewed the other month.
We knew it was coming, but now the Slacker internet radio app is officially available on the iPhone.
Slacker fans are getting a little surprise this morning. The online radio station has just released a desktop app that lets you manage your entire music library while letting you make a few tweaks to the online version. Here's what's included.