Following MOG’s lead by just a few hours, music subscription service Rdio on Wednesday announced it will soon launch a free version that lets users listen to unlimited on-demand music.
Subscription music service MOG on Wednesday announced it will launch a free on-demand component to its service tomorrow, in a move that will help it better challenge players like Spotify and Grooveshark.
Facebook is set to debut its entrance into music services at its F8 event next week, reports TechCrunch.
Research in Motion on Thursday launched a streaming music service inside of its popular BlackBerry Messenger app.
BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion is working on its own digital streaming music service that would run specifically on its smartphones and tablets, according to CNET.
Since its launch last month, streaming music service Spotify has accumulated 1.4 million members in the U.S., according to All Things D. What’s arguably more important among that tally is that about 175,000 people, or 12.5 percent, are paying subscribers.
The much-hyped European music service Spotify is launching today in the U.S. We covered the news yesterday, but a few of the more important details, such as pricing and levels or service, weren’t available until now.
Much-hyped European music service Spotify plans to launch this week with a slow, invite-only process to add members, according to a Mashable report.
European online music service Spotify has enough deals penned and funding in place that it will likely launch next week, according to All Things D.
Mothers have been telling children they are not the center of the universe ever since we knew what a universe was. Hitlantis respectfully disagrees. The Helsinki music discovery company is setting out to pull indie bands into the center of their universe. And now it’s raised $1.5 million in angel funding to help it do just that.