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Last.fm switches off subscription radio, Scrobbler app now the mainstay

Last.fm switches off subscription radio, Scrobbler app now the mainstay

In their decade long run, Last.fm has seen many ups and downs. In late 2012 the popular Internet radio service was cutting back its scale and turned to paid-only subscriptions. They next warmed up to Spotify and teamed up to include their app in Spotify's portfolio. The latest news is that their radio streaming service will no longer be available as of 28th of April 2014. Instead, scrobbling, music discovery, and recommendations are their new direction.

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Spotify #undiscovered campaign gives never-played songs a little love

Spotify #undiscovered campaign gives never-played songs a little love

While most songs on Spotify enjoy a degree of success, some more than others, there's a solid percentage that finds the online service a quiet, lonely place. About 20-percent of the tracks offered through the music streaming service have never been played a single time, and Spotify wants to change this with a new #undiscovered campaign. The idea is simple: filter the songs for those never played and show one a little love.

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Pure Evoke D4, D2 radios arrive with Bluetooth onboard

Pure Evoke D4, D2 radios arrive with Bluetooth onboard

With Bluetooth connectivity in tow, Pure’s newest round of fashionable tabletop radios brings a classic sort of look to match with current-generation wireless technology. You’ll find two new base models appearing this week, one called the Evoke D2 with Bluetooth, the other called Evoke D4 - the latter coming in Bluetooth and non-Bluetooth iterations. These machines are being released individually, but they’re able to be matched up with one another with identical colors and complimentary industrial design.

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