Report: Apple’s Making Its First Original TV Series Starring Dr. Dre and ‘At Least One Orgy’

Apple’s been really good to Dr. Dre. First they went and bought his shitty headphones company and now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, they’re bankrolling his new show, Vital Signs. Read More >>

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Dr Dre’s New Album is Exclusive to Apple Music & iTunes

Apple has announced that Compton: A Soundtrack, the new album by Dr Dre, will be available for streaming exclusively through iTunes and Apple Music. Read More >>

Forget About Dre: Why the Apple Beats Streaming Service is Destined to Fail

At some point in the next few weeks - possibly on June 8th at the start of its Worldwide Developers Conference - Apple is widely expected to announce a new Beats Music streaming service to compete with the likes of Spotify. But making a success of the Apple Beats streaming service could prove one of the company’s biggest challenges yet. Read More >>

Monster Suing Dr. Dre Over Beats Fiasco

Monster has sued Beats Electronics, manufacturer of ubiquitous Beats by Dre headphones, because Monster says it invented Beats, and that Beats stole its property. It's been clear for years that Monster designed the headphones, but does the company really have a legal claim to any of Dr. Dre's Monster money? We're about to find out. Read More >>

Why Isn’t the Guy Who Designed Beats Going to Work for Apple, Too?

When Apple bought Beats earlier this week, it also got two high-profile new employees. Dr. Dre is going to work for Apple. So is music mogul Jimmy Iovine. But there's one surprise: Robert Brunner, the industrial designer behind Beats, is not coming along for the ride. Maybe because he worked at Apple 25 years ago. Read More >>

Apple Just Hired the Two Smartest Music Moguls of Our Time

It's official, Apple's dropping £1.7 billion on a headphone empire. But more than a blockbuster headphone brand and a promising streaming music service, Apple is getting two of the smartest music and entertainment minds in the world. Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine work for Apple now, and that's a potentially revolutionary combination. Read More >>

Apparently Apple Wasn’t Too Happy About That Dr Dre Video

Remember that video from a few weeks back where Dr Dre bragged about becoming a billionaire? Turns out Apple wasn't particularly impressed with the revelation, especially since that long rumoured buyout of Beats hadn't been finalised at the time. Read More >>

HD Audio Could Come to iOS 8 After Beats Deal

The Beats buyout is looking like a done deal, and it now seems Apple is moving to ensure its software is ready for the new injection of audio hardware talent. Rumours are swirling suggesting that the next version of iOS will offer high-definition audio support. Read More >>

Beats Sale to Apple Seemingly Confirmed by Dr. Dre in Facebook Video

Yesterday's news of Apple's plan to buy Beats for $3.2 billion seems to have been confirmed by Dr. Dre himself, if this video, posted to Facebook by actor Tyrese Gibson, is anything to go by. Read More >>

Dr Dre’s Beats Music Streaming Service Prescribing Tunes From Next Month

Beats by Dre's streaming music service—Beats Music—will launch next month, with rap's premier unqualified doctor lending his marketing clout to the new Spotify rival. Read More >>

Beats By Dre: The Exclusive Inside Story of How Monster Lost the World

There's never been anything like Beats By Dre. The bulky rainbow headphones are a gaudy staple of shopping centres, planes, clubs, and pavements everywhere: as mammoth, beloved, and expensive as their namesake. But Dr. Dre didn't just hatch the flashy lineup from his freight-train chest: The venture began as an unlikely partnership between a record-industry powerhouse and a boutique audio company best known for making expensive HDMI cables. Read More >>

Dr. Dre’s Beats Go Wireless (But Where’s the @*##ing AirPlay?) (Ears On)

No Detox announced! But Dr. Dre's commanding bass-heavy Beats empire expanded a little today with a wireless iteration of the Beatbox iPod and iPhone dock. Good: it'll probably be as low-end heavy as the headphones. Bad: Bluetooth. Read More >>

Dr. Dre Is Gunning Directly for Apple

What's occasional rapper Dr. Dre up to, besides rapping, sometimes? Planning to beat every single electronics company except Apple, GlobalGrind reports. Read More >>