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Spotify launches new music download store

05/04/2011, If dominating the music streaming business in UK isn’t enough, it looks like Spotify has its eyes set on the music download market as well. No longer is Spotify going to be a companion to iTunes – it’s going to be a competitor. Today,...

YouTube founders acquire Delicious from Yahoo!

04/27/2011, As you might or might not know, Yahoo! has been selling off its underperforming services in order to generate more profit, and it its latest sale, Delicious, the web-book marking service has been sold. The buyers? Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, none other...

YesVideo will transfer your videos to Blu-ray for you

04/27/2011, If you’ve shot tons of photographs and video footage in the memory of your camcorders and SLRs and want to share them with your friends or just store them for archival purposes, what do you do? You could definitely burn a whole bunch of DVDs or CDs,...

Apple rumored to eventually charge for iTunes Cloud service

04/26/2011, Last week we reported that Apple’s cloud music service was rumored to be nearing completion and this week, more details about the service have started surfacing. Rumors are now saying that Apple’s music service will probably start free of...

T-Mobile Bobsled is temporarily suspended

04/25/2011, Remember the T-Mobile Bobsled service we announced a week ago for making calls to Facebook users? Well it looks like it was launched prematurely. If you try to make a call with the app now, it won’t work. According to their Facebook page, T-Mobile...

Google working together with Spotify to launch music service?

04/22/2011, In the latest twist of events in the cloud-music business - Google might be partnering with an existing service to power their Google Music service. As previous rumors have stated – Google’s talks didn’t go down to well with the music...

Google Offers officially launched today

04/21/2011, Since Groupon didn’t want to sell out to Google a few months ago, it looks like they’ll have a new competitor on the block. The company that tried to buy them, Google, has officially stepped into the deal-of-the-day website business with their...

Apple’s cloud iTunes to launch ahead of Google Music?

04/21/2011, After last week’s reports of Google’s Music service moving backwards in negotiations instead of forward, it looks like Apple will be surpassing the search engine giant in the race to launch a cloud music service. According to an exclusive...

mSpot Movies Club lets you rent movies cheap

04/15/2011, mSpot has just announced a new pricing for its mSpot Movies Club video on demand service. The service that allows users to rent movies anywhere, anytime they want has got a new pricing structure. In order to stay competitive and on top of their game,...

Changes to Spotify Free/Open confirmed

04/14/2011, Yesterday we reported that Spotify was rumored to be making some changes to their free service – well according to the latest post on the official blog, it looks like those rumors have come true. Users of the free Spotify service will be taking a major...

Spotify to limit free music service?

04/13/2011, Spotify, the music streaming service that is based on the freemium model (free usage of the service, but paying gets more benefits) might be cutting back the features of its free service in order to push them towards getting a paid account. According to...

netTALK DUO now on sale at NewEgg.com

04/12/2011, netTALK, the VoIP digital phone service has just announced that the netTALK DUO device is now on sale at NewEgg.com – one of the biggest online merchants in the world. netTALK DUO is a device that allows users to make use of netTALK’s VoIP service...

VUDU now streams through your web browser

04/12/2011, Folks who’ve been subscribed to VUDU’s video-on-demand service will be glad to know that they’ve got an additional way to access the service. Previously only available on a set top box, PlayStation 3 or embedded in TVs, customers can now...

Sony Music Unlimited service arriving on PSP

04/11/2011, PSP owners who love listening to music will be in for a treat in a few days. Sony has announced that Music Unlimited, its music streaming app will be available on Sony’s handheld console – the PSP. Starting April 14, Music Unlimited will allow PSP...