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Qriocity Music Bringing Unlimited Music to Sony’s PSP

Qriocity Music Bringing Unlimited Music to Sony’s PSP

Even if some companies out there believe that unlimited music for a monthly subscription-style fee isn't the best bet, there's plenty of other companies out there who would disagree. And plenty of consumers who would, too. If you own a PSP, you're about to get your own taste of the subscription-based music platform yourself, as the upcoming software update to the PSP, and PlayStation 3, isn't just about the movies. It's also bringing Qriocity's Music Unlimited service to the portable gaming platform.

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Google Music Available by Christmas This Year, Sources Say

Google Music Available by Christmas This Year, Sources Say

Google's answer to Apple's iTunes is coming. Or, perhaps not an answer, but part of the conversation. When Google showed off the idea of Music at this year's I/O conference, people were eagerly awaiting its official unveiling later in the year. Unfortunately, despite the fact it's already September, we're still waiting. But, if the sources speaking toReuters are indeed accurate, we don't have much longer to wait at all, as this Christmas may indeed be a holiday to remember.

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Pogoplug iPad App Now Available in iTunes App Store, Showcases Wireless Printing

Pogoplug iPad App Now Available in iTunes App Store, Showcases Wireless Printing

When Steve Jobs stood on stage just a couple of days ago, and announced the upcoming iOS 4.2 update, which is making its way to the iPad in November of this year, one of the features he was proud to show off was wireless printing. Considering the tablet device was missing the feature from the get-go, it's about time it's making an appearance in the native Operating System. But, what if you don't want to wait until November? Then hopefully you've got yourself a Pogoplug, because thanks to the app that they've just released into the App Store, you can get yourself some iPad printing right now.

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Sony’s Qriocity On-Demand Media Streaming Hitting Europe This Fall

Sony’s Qriocity On-Demand Media Streaming Hitting Europe This Fall

Sony is already starting to make some waves at this year's IFA event, over there across the pond. With a few announcements ready to go public today, they've pulled the curtain off their video-on-demand service, which will now forever be known as Qriocity. It's been on the workbench for quite some time now, and it's good to finally see that Sony's unveiling the project for a market release here in just a matter of weeks. Though, if you're not in a few select countries in Europe, you'll have to wait a bit longer to get your hands on the streaming digital content.

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Spotify Adding United States to Future Subscribers in Third Quarter 2010

Spotify Adding United States to Future Subscribers in Third Quarter 2010

We wouldn't necessarily say that Spotify, a music streaming service in Europe with more than 7 million subscribers, has had a rough history. In fact, with 7 million subscribers and 325,000 of those being paid subscribers, we'd say the service is doing really well for itself. Of course, anyone who's been paying attention to the service's touch-and-go dialogue about coming to the States knows that it's been a long time coming. It doesn't help that it got approved for Apple's App Store, for use on the iPod Touch and iPhone, across the pond either. But, it looks like all of that is about to change.

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