...or is it actually 100?
The shift has occurred by 2012 in the UK, but the rest of the world has caught up. But what does this say about the music industry as a whole?
2011 was a better time to be alive.
This thing is going to cost a damn fortune, but there's a lot of lovely design to admire.
New streaming music subscription service "Tidal" is amongst the first to offer lossless audio, and in an effort to get more people to sign up, it's set up this simple A/B test.
Uber just let me take it for a spin, and it's admittedly a nice touch for the Uber riders of the world.
YouTube Music Key might just win me over.
It turns YouTube into a great little music player. I just tried it out and so far, so good
Though it's not clear what form this bundling will take, it gels with some reports we've heard before, as well as with common sense.
Are streaming services really just a horrible money-haemorrhaging fad?
Red-hot hip-hop duo Run The Jewels on how to cut out the middleman better than U2 and rap better than, well, anyone else in the world.
Not to be outdone, Rdio has just announced a family plan that's basically like Spotify's. Families now get a discount of 50 per cent on the premium subscription price for each additional member.
Streaming firm's CEO says it's paid £1.2 billion of royalties – where did it all go?
Apparently it's down a deal with Merlin, the network that represents the licensing rights for a huge swath of indie labels.
So every time a Warner track is played, SoundCloud will pay them a little bit of money.
It's really obvious when you think about it.
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