Despite the existing Zune-based music service from Microsoft, not that long ago I talked about the rumors about a new Microsoft music service being unveiled. Now we have a bit more information about that. It seems that new offering is being codenamed “Woodstock” and will be unveiled at the gaming expo, E3, here in...

For those that have ever read any of my posts here at Windows 8, you’ve probably heard me say more than once how I feel that Zune’s services should be re-tooled into a Windows Metro app. While the Zune hardware element is long dead, Zune for Windows has a strong system of music, movies, and television for rental,...

More than once in the past I’ve talked about how I feel that Zune Media Player and the services it leverages, could be very important both for Windows 8. With Zune you have a rental system, a multimedia purchase system, and the Zune Music Pass that allows unlimited streaming songs for a fairly low cost. While Zune...

Microsoft’s Zune never picked up quite like the iPod did, and while it still exists it is never at the head of its market by any means. Despite the fact it isn’t as popular as Apple’s MP3 device I still have asserted before that the Zune Marketplace is a great feature for Windows that has many apps, songs, movies, and...