Microsoft's Xbox Music is coming to the web

By David Tom
Jun 26, 2013
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  1. Microsoft may not exactly be a music powerhouse, but they have definitely ventured into this space before. Prior to 2010, the Zune was a well-recognized music player which was accompanied by the Zune Music Marketplace, home to over 11 million...

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  2. 122jimbo

    122jimbo Newcomer, in training

    Does that mean I cant use the Zune Software anymore to listen to my music? I have to go on my Web Browser to listen to it???? If this is true then they is a major step back in the wrong direction.
  3. Timonius

    Timonius TechSpot Booster Posts: 563   +30

    See Microsoft Zune. See Microsoft Quit. See Zune Fail. See Xbox Music. See...?
  4. SammyJames

    SammyJames TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 168

    Yay. I'm going to drink a Zima while I play with my old Zune player, simultaneously playing on my brand-new X-Box One while downloading Windows 8.1.

    Isn't there a third-party company who could (perhaps?!) just make both Microsoft and Apple look like the ***** clubs that they have become? Sony, maybe...?! (For gamers, this will be true -- but how about for content creators...?)
  5. kissx

    kissx TechSpot Member Posts: 34

    Zune software is simply the best. Is it going away??? Hope not.
  6. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 9,991   +707

    Sorry, the best "music playing software", are CDs, and the standalone thingys that spin them around.


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