Apple is reportedly planning on revamping the Beats music streaming service to better compete with Spotify and Rdio. According to a new report, the new service will be headed to Android.
Monster has sued Beats, Dr. Dre and HTC over alleged “fraud and deceit” in the way that Beats acquired the rights to the popular “Beats by Dr. Dre” headphones.
Staples Beats Solo HD headphones are currently being sold in multiple colors for $79.95, which is $90.00 cheaper than the $169.95 that they normally sell for.
It’s not even Black Friday, and we’re already spotting sweet deals on headphones from Sony and Beats.
The Beats Powerbeats2 are a solid pair of sport-friendly wireless earbuds that hold up to the competition in everything but price.
Android Authority’s partners in crime over at Sound Guys are giving away a pair of Beats Solo 2 headphones, and it’s super easy to get in on it!
The Beats Solo 2 are an updated version of a popular pair of headphones, but do they sound good enough to justify the asking price?
If you’ve been thinking about picking up a Beats headphone set but don’t want to spend a fortune, you’ll want to turn your attention to the Monster DiddyBeats in-ear headphones with control talk, which are currently priced on Ebay for just $32.99 shipped.
Apple will keep Beats Music for Android. “It’s all about music,” told Cook the Financial Times, while Cue was a little more reassuring in saying, “It’s on Android now, and we want to keep it that way.”
Why is Apple buying Beats? This questions will be answered in due time, but now we are certain this deal is to go through for $3 billion.