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How is Spotify different from Pandora?

Jul 14, 2011
Take it away, guy I just found on Quora:...
Posted In: Music, pandora, spotify

Spotify is here

Jul 14, 2011
That's not a typo. Less than 24 hours after finalizing a deal with Warner Music Group, the last of four major labels to partner, Spotify opens for...
Posted In: Music, spotify

Amazon to launch tablet by October

Jul 14, 2011
The Wall Street Journal is the latest to write up the long kicked around rumor of Amazon being about to launch a tablet computer. The Journal says...
Posted In: Amazon, apple, iPad, Kindle, movies, Music, tablets

Musical gloves for some reason

Jul 13, 2011
Last week it was a musical soccer ball, and now gloves. Musician Imogen Heap showed off her specially made musical gloves at the TEDGlobal...
Posted In: Music

Facebook sending out Vibes about a music service?

Jul 8, 2011
A Bay Area programmer found something curious while poking around the code for the new video chat service: references to a new app called Vibes,...
Posted In: Facebook, Music, spotify

Amazon tries to make cloud service more appealing

Jul 7, 2011
Amazon is now offering unlimited music storage on its cloud for paying customers. So when you buy any level of storage for your files, you can put...
Posted In: Amazon, cloud, iPad, Music

Strange spherical musical instrument developed for some reason

Jul 7, 2011
The AlphaSphere looks sort of like a soccer ball. That is to say a soccer ball that emits a glow from its center and is covered with pressure...
Posted In: Music

Bjork's new release best viewed on an iPad shaped like a swan

Jun 30, 2011
Bjork's new record/art project will be accompanied by ten iPad apps. It's called "Biophilia" and is described as "an album whose songs interweave ...
Posted In: apps, Bjork, iPad, milk and biscuits, Music

Prince quits

Jun 27, 2011
The guy whose petulance previously led to changing his name to an unpronounceable symbol and writing "Slave" on his cheek, both out of protest to...
Posted In: Music, Prince

Machines will help pick out the next big pop song

Jun 22, 2011
Scientists at Emory University have found out how to predict a product's popularity - and when I say product, I mean teeny-bop music. The...
Posted In: brains, Music

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