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Lala.com

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LaLa.com revives WOXY

LaLa.com revives WOXY

By Oct. 9, 2006

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New Lala.com may be (too) ahead of its time

The music service, now on its third incarnation, is on to a new business model that could be great...in about five years.

By Oct. 20, 2008

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Apple picks up Redmatica for audio push, maybe

Apple has acquired Italy-based audio software company Redmatica, according to the Italian blog Fanpage. The reported deal is likely to bolster Apple's pro audio efforts.

By May. 30, 2012

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Cook reportedly discussed music streaming service with Beats

Apple CEO has met with music mogul Jimmy Iovine about Beats' planned music service, sources tell Reuters.

By Mar. 5, 2013

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Lala.com's pay-per-stream program faces tough competition

Lala.com is beta-testing a service that will offer unlimited streams of particular songs for $0.10 per song.

By May. 27, 2008

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Buzz Out Loud 1218: Brace yourself, Apple fans (Podcast)

It's Rafe and Molly on the show today, and it kind of turned into a blur of Apple-related frustrations. But hey, our opinions might not matter in the least: iPad 3G arrives today in all its closed-off glory, while possible competitor tablets from Microsoft and HP are dropping like flies. Plus, Apple now owns a powerful new collection of multitouch gestures. But dammit, they killed Lala.com, and we just cannot truck with that kind of behavior (iTunes.com? Hello?). --Molly

By Apr. 30, 2010

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Webware 100 winner: Lala

Webware 100 winner: Lala

By May. 19, 2009

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Apple TV makeover looming?

A new version of Apple TV will be intended for streaming video and will be based on the iPhone OS and chip.

By May. 28, 2010

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Coachella iPhone app and the festival experience

Once upon a time, festival attendees had to guess which unknown acts to see and navigate around the in a kind of game of blind man's bluff. Thanks to on-demand music sites and mobile apps, that's no longer the case.

By Apr. 13, 2010

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Bandloop vs. JamBase for online show tracking

JamBase is the music fan's standard for tracking gigs, but Bandloop offers a solid competitor. Artists and fans populate and update the show database of more than 50,000 gigs.

By Feb. 23, 2009