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Apple Posts 3 HomePod Tutorials to YouTube
If you're not sure how to get started with your new HomePod, head to YouTube.



Report: Best Buy Will Stop Selling Music CDs July 1
Best Buy just reminded us nobody cares about music on discs anymore.



Musician's White Noise YouTube Video Gets 5 Copyright Claims
All five copyright claimants decided to monetize the video allowing them to profit from original work they didn't create.



What Music Is Popular in Miami, Tokyo? Just Ask Alexa
Local Popularity will let you listen to the hottest songs in different areas of the globe and Play More Like This will let you easily queue up jams similar to those you already love.



Apple Is Buying Shazam
The now-confirmed deal for the music-recognition app may be valued at more than $400 million.



Report: New YouTube Music Service Launching in March
Internally, the subscription service is called Remix and Warner Music Group has apparently already signed up.



AI Has Been Creating Music and the Results Are...Weird
Cutting-edge AI is gradually permeating every aspect of human life and culture—even the arts.






Amazon Offers Students Music Unlimited for $4.99/Month
Amazon Prime Student members can claim six months for $6, opening up access to tens of millions of songs and thousands of playlists.



Universal Music Sued for Piracy
Music publishers are usually the ones initiating piracy lawsuits, not on the receiving end of one. But Universal finds itself in that situation due to its use of fonts.