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Google wants you to use its Music service, and it's willing to store 20,000 of your songs for free in the cloud to get you to try it. The Mountain View, Calif., company announced a new scan and match feature for U.S. users that will let them quickly...
Tags: Google Inc., Entertainment, Amazon.com Inc., Music
Do you use Google Play? If so, have you noticed that they’ve rolled out a new “Instant Playlist”-generating feature recently? It’s very strange, and kind of cool. Google Play (otherwise and formerly known as Google Music) -- in...
Staff reporterIt took the Boss to knock Adele’s unstoppable “21” out of the top spot on Billboard’s Top 200. Bruce Springsteen scored his 10th No. 1 debut with his latest opus, “Wrecking Ball,” pushing 196,000 copies, according to...
Pop & HissThe Black Keys' latest album, "El Camino," is out everywhere -- except Spotify, Rdio and Rhapsody. The band's decision, first reported by Digital Music News, comes after Coldplay and Mac Miller made similar calls earlier this year to withhold their newest...
TechnologySamsung Galaxy Nexus to be released in U.S. on Thursday. Smartphone is first device to run Android's Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest version of Google's mobile operating system....
TechnologySo you've got an Android smartphone. Now what? Here are five ways to start....
Money & CompanyMore than eight million people who shared information with The New York Times received an erroneous e-mail from the company Wednesday telling them that they would no longer be receiving home delivery of the newspaper....
Pop & HissPop critic Randall Roberts gives his highly opinionated rundown of a few of 2011's most memorable and/or unfortunate musical moments....
Pop & HissFacebook throws DJ feature into the social mix, letting users listen to music online with friends....
Company TownEdgar Bronfman Jr., Warner Music Group's former chief executive and outgoing chairman, said his company would oppose the sale of EMI Group to Warner's two biggest rivals, saying the deals would reduce competition....
Company TownGoogle pulls together its media and entertainment properties under a new Google Play brand and storefront as consumers increasingly turn to one destination to be the hub of their digital entertainment, whether it's Apple's iTunes, Amazon.com or Microsoft'...
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