Pundits and analysts say music acts aren't seeing the payout they want from subscription services. Those who defend the likes of Spotify, Rhapsody, and MOG note that it's either them or piracy.
One of the world's biggest bands is shunning Spotify and other streaming services. Does this spell bad news for streaming music?
One of the world's best-selling music acts joins a growing list of artists who are not offering their music through streaming services such as Spotify and Rhapsody. Is streaming revenue too little?
Universal Films has joined Xbox Live with a conspicuous number of stoner comedies, plus there's new game content and Coldplay tracks. You'd have to be stoned not to want to sign up!
Guitar shredder Joe Satriani has sued beige popsters Coldplay for plagiarism, and the evidence sounds pretty damning. But wait--perhaps there's a precedent for both?
In this edition of Daily Tidbits, we find out that Coldplay has taken top honors at Last.fm and Friendfeed is expanding its global presence.
The company will host a five-night event at the show, featuring performances by Coldplay, Imagine Dragons, Keith Urban, and many others.
Paul McCartney follows bands such as AC/DC and Coldplay in snubbing streaming services, pulling all his music from Rhapsody and others.
First Coldplay and now 200 independent labels have decided to pull out of Spotify, Napster and Simfy. Not good news, but nobody panic.
YouTube may soon launch new channels, Coldplay gives a cold shoulder to music streaming, and Sony pays Ericsson to take over the handset business.