• Oyster To Be the Spotify of Books?

    Oyster To Be the Spotify of Books?

    A new startup called Oyster has received $3 million in seed funding, led by Founders Fund.  The money will be used to build a library of books that members of the Oyster application will be able to access for a set monthly fee.  The idea behind the app is simple: millions of people use e-readers
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  • Spotify Going to Browsers

    Spotify Going to Browsers

    The Spotify desktop application’s hasn’t seen much in the way of updates for almost a year now – since its launch, in fact.  Now, the company says they’ve been working on a browser-based version of the app in order to increase usability and connectivity between devices. The new version will launch “soon” and will be
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  • Spotify Gets Thums Up/Down Feature and Synching

    Spotify Gets Thums Up/Down Feature and Synching

    Spotify Radio has finally added the thumbs up and down feature to the desktop iteration of the app.  This allows stations that you’ve been tuning into on your mobile devices to be synched with your desktop as well, finally closing the gap on synchronization between Spotify on all platforms. The thumbs up/down feature allows you
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  • Music Comes to Facebook on 22nd September

    Music Comes to Facebook on 22nd September

    According to the latest news reports, we can look forward to music on Facebook later on this month.

  • Spotify goes social

    Spotify goes social

    Spotify Music Pro@ile is the new feature set from popular music service Spotify. Integrating with Facebook, Spotify believes it has created a true social music network. Spotify’s goal is to be ‘your only music source’ in what Daniel Ek, Spotify’s founder and chief executive, says is the ‘the biggest change to Spotify since our launch’.
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