by Jaime Rivera | November 25, 2014 6:14 PM
Samsung hasn't really gained a lot of fame for its media alternatives. Just recently we learned that its ChatOn messaging service might cease to exist in the next coming months, and we also saw how its Media Hub service simply disappeared. Samsung has decided to re-invent some of these services with its new Milk Music and Milk Video services, but it seems even those won't be free from trouble. Milk Studios is currently suing Samsung over the name "Milk" being used for media offerings, and given the fact that Milk Studios is a photography and media company, the lawsuit makes sense after the ...
by Jaime Rivera | June 18, 2014 2:18 PM
Samsung is quite famous for launching anything and everything it can, and also choosing some interesting names along the line. We remember the company's launch of its Milk Music service, which while cool since it offers access to around 200 radio stations and 13 million songs, was also disappointing in the fact that it was exclusive to Samsung smartphones in the US. If you're interested in getting a load on the goods, the story behind Milk Music is still not a good one, but it just got a tad better. Samsung has just decided to do the first obvious step in expanding Milk Music to its ...
by Stephen Schenck | March 7, 2014 1:38 PM
We are on a Samsung roll today, and it's not slowing down just yet. Following a look at those new Galaxy S5 cases, and hearing about the high-speed AT&T network the GS5 should be the first phone to access, we're now checking out Samsung's new streaming radio service for Galaxy device owners, the free-to-use Milk Music. Milk? Wha... yeah, it's a weird name. But once you get past that you'll find a streaming service offering 200 curated genre-based stations and a library of some 13 million songs, all powered by Slacker. Why would you use Milk Music instead of just Slacker proper? How's ...
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