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PonoPlayer Raises More Than $5 Million In Pledges On Kickstarter

PonoPlayer Raises More Than $5 Million In Pledges On Kickstarter

PonoPlayer, a high-fidelity portable music player, made countless headlines in the tech world when it launched on KickStarter. The project has now passed the $5 million mark in Kickstarter pledges.

By On March 30, 2014 1 Response
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Musician Files $5.2 Billion Lawsuit Against Apple, CDBaby And Amazon

Musician Files $5.2 Billion Lawsuit Against Apple, CDBaby And Amazon

Lawsuits aimed at digital copyright infringements are mostly a result of an exaggerated sense of entitlement. That seems precisely the case with a musician seeking $5.2 billion in damages from Apple, Amazon and CDBaby.

By On March 27, 2014 Respond
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College Students Can Now Get Discount On Spotify Premium Subscription

College Students Can Now Get Discount On Spotify Premium Subscription

The competition in the online music arena is growing fiercer. And to keep up, companies are coming up with better offers. For instance, Spotify has now launched a special subscription package for college students.

By On March 27, 2014 Respond
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Twitter Pulls The Plug On Its #Music App

Twitter Pulls The Plug On Its #Music App

Twitter #Music was launched after a lot of anticipation and wait. But the app was a failure from the get-go and didn’t get any traction. It’s no wonder that Twitter is now pulling the plug on it.

By On March 24, 2014 Respond
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Samsung Launches Milk Music Internet Radio For Galaxy Devices

Samsung Launches Milk Music Internet Radio For Galaxy Devices

There are a whole lot of online music services and internet radios already available. Ignoring that, Samsung has decided to go forth and launch an internet radio of its own called ‘Milk Music.’ This service is exclusive to Galaxy devices.

By On March 8, 2014 1 Response
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Musician Offers To Perk Up New York’s Subway Turnstiles With Music

Musician Offers To Perk Up New York’s Subway Turnstiles With Music

Turnstiles are a boring part of the daily subway commute. To perk up the otherwise mundane gateways, musician James Murphy has now proposed to add music to the turnstiles.

By On February 26, 2014 Respond
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Album Of A Robot Band Having A Guitarist With 78 Fingers And A Drummer With 22 Arms Coming In April

Album Of A Robot Band Having A Guitarist With 78 Fingers And A Drummer With 22 Arms Coming In April

British record label Warp Records has decided to release a music album of a band in April of this year. Do you know who are the team members of this band? The band team members are 3 robots and their music album is supposed to be released on April 8.

By On February 23, 2014 Respond
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Pandora Lawsuit May Overturn Outdated Royalty Plans

Pandora Lawsuit May Overturn Outdated Royalty Plans

Music services such as Pandora are in a fix today. They are forced to pay up a hefty part of their profit to rights management groups, while actual songwriters don’t get much from them. This has led the company to file a suit which is very significant.

By On February 16, 2014 Respond
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Music Streaming Services Must Evolve Or Expire

Music Streaming Services Must Evolve Or Expire

Tech industry moves quick and the world of internet moves quicker. A whole range of popular music streaming services have popped online in recent years but going forward, they must evolve to ensure profits or wither away, reveals a new report.

By On February 16, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Explore The Use Of Brain Waves To Control Music Player

Researchers Explore The Use Of Brain Waves To Control Music Player

Over the past few years, it has been demonstrated that brain waves can be vividly understood and processed by a computer. Building on that, researchers at the University of Malta are now exploring the use of brain waves to control a music player.

By On February 5, 2014 Respond
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Twitter Will Soon Offer Music-Related Analytics To Find Emerging Artists

Twitter Will Soon Offer Music-Related Analytics To Find Emerging Artists

Twitter has been forging ties with media organizations, given the sheer treasure-trove of real-time data that it has. Now, the micro-blogging company is focusing on music, having signed a deal to offer its music-related data to 300 Entertainment.

By On February 3, 2014 Respond
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Kim Dotcom Unveils Baboom, A New Music Streaming Service

Kim Dotcom Unveils Baboom, A New Music Streaming Service

After MegaUpload was taken down, it briefly appeared that this was it for Kim Dotcom. But not only has he fought back against his illegal arrest, he continues to create more awesome services. This time, he is gearing up to launch a new music streaming service called Baboom.

By On January 21, 2014 Respond
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Beats Music Streaming Service Will Launch At $10/Month On Jan 21

Beats Music Streaming Service Will Launch At $10/Month On Jan 21

We have previously reported that the Beats Music streaming service was due to arrive in US soon. Now, it has been confirmed that the new service will be launched on Jan 21, with a $10 per month subscription plan.

By On January 13, 2014 Respond
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Digital Music Sales Decline For The First Time Since The Launch Of iTunes

Digital Music Sales Decline For The First Time Since The Launch Of iTunes

Apple opened up its online iTunes Store nearly a decade ago. Since then, digital music sales have been growing and on a rise. In 2013, however, the volume of digital sales declined for the first time in the last ten years.

By On January 5, 2014 Respond
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Google Offering Top 2013 Albums For Free Downloads On Play Store

Google Offering Top 2013 Albums For Free Downloads On Play Store

While the actual Christmas may be over, the winter joy is still around and so are the sweet deals from tech titans. This time, it is Google offering the free download of the best albums of 2013 on its Play Store.

By On December 28, 2013 Respond
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