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  • Free mobile Spotify service? Report says expect it next week

    Free mobile Spotify service? Report says expect it next week
    Spotify free riders, get ready to rejoice. An ad-supported version of Spotify's mobile music-streaming service reportedly will be unveiled next week. Bloomberg says the Swedish company will announce a free version of its mobile service in New York...
  • Spotify adds free mobile service, 20 new markets and Led Zeppelin

    Spotify adds free mobile service, 20 new markets and Led Zeppelin
    The fast-growing music streaming service Spotify has introduced it first free, ad-supported service for smartphones and tablets, the Swedish company said Wednesday. The digital music firm also said it has launched in 20 new global markets, meaning it's...
  • YouTube's worldwide ad sales are expected to jump 51% to $5.6 billion

    YouTube's worldwide ad sales are expected to jump 51% to $5.6 billion
    Advertisers are projected to spend about $5.6 billion on YouTube this year, a 51% jump over 2012 levels, according to a new analysis from researcher EMarketer. YouTube's corporate parent, Google Inc., doesn't report revenues for the site. Instead, it...
  • Nasdaq and NYSE are courting Twitter listing

    Nasdaq and NYSE are courting Twitter listing
    NEW YORK — As Twitter Inc. shops for a home on Wall Street, the Nasdaq Stock Market and New York Stock Exchange are cranking up the charm — just like they've done with other tech stars. As real estate listings website Zillow Inc. was going...
  • How Chromecast, Apple TV and Roku compare

    Google Inc. is making a splash in the world of digital TV receivers with its tiny, $35 Chromecast device. The new Google gadget rivals the Apple TV and all Roku devices. However, each digital receiver has its benefits and downsides. Here's how the three...
  • Google unveils Chromecast for $35, a rival to Apple TV

    Google unveils Chromecast for $35, a rival to Apple TV
    Google on Wednesday announced Chromecast, a jump-drive-sized gadget that lets users watch content from their smartphones, tablets or laptops on their TV. Users will be able to plug the Chromecast into their TV using an HDMI input. To make it work, they'...
  • Global digital music revenue to reach $11.6 billion in 2016

    Global digital music revenue to reach $11.6 billion in 2016
    Digital music is expected to surpass physical music sales within the next several years as revenue from downloading and streaming increases and the overall business shrinks, according to a new report. Digital music is picking up share and will account...
  • Google's Chromecast already a hit? It sells out on Amazon, Best Buy

    Google's Chromecast already a hit? It sells out on Amazon, Best Buy
    If you're thinking of getting Google's $35 Chromecast device, you better get it now because it is selling fast. Google's tiny digital TV receiver appears to be a hit with consumers -- it has sold out on Amazon.com and Best Buy's online store less than...
  • How YouTube and music companies reach Generation C

    How YouTube and music companies reach Generation C
    To promote its new song from platinum-selling country music artist Hunter Hayes and Grammy winner Jason Mraz on Tuesday, Warner Music Group didn't book its stars on "Good Morning America" or "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon." It made a video for YouTube....
  • Internet radio services becoming more mainstream, survey says

    Internet radio services becoming more mainstream, survey says
    Internet radio's drumbeat is getting louder.  More than half of Americans who go online listen to Internet radio services, and consumers who use them are using them more often, indicating the industry has become increasingly mainstream, according to a...
  • LAUSD halts home use of iPads for students after devices hacked

    LAUSD halts home use of iPads for students after devices hacked
    Following news that students at a Los Angeles high school had hacked district-issued iPads and were using them for personal use, district officials have halted home use of the Apple tablets until further notice. It took exactly one week for nearly 300...