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Psy's epic dance sensation has infiltrated every crevice of pop culture, redefined awesome, and generated tons of money along the way.
Molly Wood has written a lot about how it's hard to make money on mobile. Here are some suggestions for how to mix up the perfect mobile money-making cocktail.
The mercurial Google Wallet app is reportedly up for grabs on unlocked Galaxy Nexus phones with AT&T SIMs inserted.
Rio Caraeff explains that the service was mainly created to help advertisers and content owners capitalize on the popularity of music videos.
Author of "All You Need to Know About the Music Business" acknowledges the impending death of the CD, but he remains optimistic about the long-term health of the industry.
Online video gives innovators a market to prove that critics are wrong in saying open-source software is a commodifying force.
Google's Eric Schmidt says his company is "not immune" to economic woes, and doesn't see the economy improving until 2010.
Labels say they are encouraged by the progress of services like Lala and YouTube but are frustrated by the performances of companies such as Imeem and SpiralFrog.
Simmering tensions between sales and engineering teams are a fact. In good times, it's manageable. When times turn tough, look out. Yahoo's new CEO should keep this in mind.
Sony service and its college-specific subsidiary, Ruckus, suspend operations, joining a long list of record industry failures to build a viable online music service. Here's a tip: customers first.