music streaming

Spotify Inks Universal Music Deal, Really Close Now To U.S. Launch

Spotify Inks Universal Music Deal, Really Close Now To U.S. Launch

There may soon be even more competition in the cloud music streaming arena as Spotify has just signed on Universal Music Group, bringing it one more label closer to a U.S. launch. Spotify has already signed EMI and Sony Music, leaving now just Warner Music to coaxed on board. The service has been incredibly popular in Europe with an almost cult following, but it's uncertain if that will translate to success across the Atlantic.

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Sonos Play:3 nightstand speaker crosses FCC

Sonos Play:3 nightstand speaker crosses FCC

If you are a fan of digital music and you prefer to stream that music from one central source out to all the rooms in your home you are likely familiar with Sonos. The company has a full line of streaming music gear that will get you r tunes just about anywhere you want in your house. A new Sonos speaker has surfaced thanks to our palls at the FCC as it crosses the test bench to get the approvals it needs to hit stores near you.

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Apple Signs Universal Music For iCloud

Apple Signs Universal Music For iCloud

The WWDC 2011 is only four days away, and some have been wondering whether Apple would be able to sign on the last of four major record label companies in time for a full reveal of its new iCloud music streaming service. Today, insider sources tipped that Apple has just successfully signed on Universal Music Group, who also happens to be the largest of the four major record companies.

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Lady Gaga 99-Cent Album On Amazon

Lady Gaga 99-Cent Album On Amazon


Lady Gaga fans may be some of the first to be roped into Amazon's CloudPlayer service. The online retailer giant has just begun selling the attention-hungry pop diva's latest album, Born This Way, for $0.99. Yes, the entire album of 14 songs plus a booklet all for the price you'd pay for one song from iTunes. What's the motivation behind this?

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Apple iTunes iCloud Music Service Might Not Launch At WWDC?

Apple iTunes iCloud Music Service Might Not Launch At WWDC?

Apple's much anticipated cloud-based iTunes music service, possibly dubbed iCloud, is ramping up for an imminent reveal, but will it be during next month's WWDC developer conference? Just this morning, reports seemed optimistic with Sony joining EMI and Warner Music in reaching agreeable licensing terms with Apple. It seemed like Universal Music Group would be the last piece of the puzzle, but this may not be the case.

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Apple Patent Reveals iTunes Cloud Service Details

Apple Patent Reveals iTunes Cloud Service Details

Speculation on Apple's iTunes Cloud service, possibly dubbed iCloud, is building up as we inch closer to next month's WWDC 2011, when the service will likely be unveiled. Both Amazon and Google have already unleashed their versions of a cloud music service, leaving Apple's version now the center of attention. And today, we have our first preview of what Apple's version might entail thanks to a patent filing.

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