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The Spotify Embedded Player libspotify 9 is now available for iOS. We hope this will enable a new category of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch applications with Spotify inside and allow for more immersive music experiences within iOS apps.
In addition to an FM radio and a line-in connection (duh), the Asteroid also includes USB connectivity, an SD card slot, music on demand, and voice activated music search. There's also hands-free calling over Bluetooth, contact voice recognition, and automatic phonebook sync -- all controlled using a built-in jog wheel or your voice, and displayed on a 3.2-inch LCD.
More than half of the U.S. population and 80% of Internet users are now streaming video as part of their regular TV diet, according to a new study from Omnicom media agency OMD.
The reasons for the growing popularity of streamed content are pretty clear. People don't want to be tied to programming schedules dictated by others; they find the number of ads and interruptions -- as well as the general tenor of the messaging in traditional TV channels -- to be annoying, per the study.
When asked why they don't watch more streaming videos, the answer most often provided (37%) by those polled was that they simply prefer watching regular TV. And 22% said that streams were "difficult to watch with other people." Twenty percent cited general quality issues, while another 20% said streaming screens were too small.
When is a stream not a stream? When it’s a download. While a video making the rounds today makes it seem as if Apple’s upcoming iTunes Match service will stream music from Apple’s servers to a user’s device, that’s not the case.
When you think of Facebook connect you probably think of the interesting marketing concepts that brands and businesses have come up with in recent times but it has far more meaningful and practical uses than just for flashy one off promotional sites.
After one year on the music/tech scene, Shuffler.fm has made quite a name for itself as a tool for music discovery. Now, the web app is out with a slew of upgrades, and the news that an iPad app is on its way.
Written by Kerry Brewer of Securenet Systems, featured on RadioInk. If you haven’t been living in a cave or under a rock, then you are probably aware of the latest buzz about online music, radio streaming, listener sites, etc.
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Subscription streaming service MOG is now available on the Boxee Box, bringing MOG’s library of 11 million songs to Boxee users, available in 320 kbps. MOG continues to increase its support for third-party devices.
Music subscription service Rdio has officially unveiled its new family pricing plans. As announced last month, the new plans will let families or households have multiple Rdio Unlimited accounts under one payment interface.
We’ve been holding out for some kind of partnership that would bring music to Facebook for a while now. Well, no dice on that, kids. However, a recently launched Chrome plugin called Music+ is sure to tide you over until that glorious day comes.
Online services including Pandora, Spotify, Turntable and Rdio have been rapidly growing thanks to the strength and speed of cloud computing and a renewed appetite for online music discovery.
Each service has carved out a specific niche: Spotify is music on demand, Turntable is social music curation, Pandora is a personalized playlist and Rdio is the leader of the socially connected experience. Here we break down these four pioneers of the online DJ experience and examine some key criteria.
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