A dozen projects -- including blast from the past Alta Vista -- are getting tossed aside as the company says it needs to make choices to create "beautiful products that are essential" to users.
Want to share your favorite songs on Twitter? Here are several services worth trying out.
Twitter is great, but what if you could extend its functionality with some Firefox extensions? You can, if you download some of these add-ons.
A new music aggregation tool, FoxyTunes Planet helps you discover new music and dig deeper into your favorite artist.
Today, Google's Web browser can't be customized with extensions, but the company has published details of its plan to add the ability.
Updated service allows for up to 25 full-length plays per month, but how good a job does it do at figuring out if your search was for a band or a site?
With the update to the popular Firefox add-on FoxyTunes, you can now find all kinds of media related to your favorite artists! It's also a quick way to discover new artists and music.
The WikiFM project allows users to automatically view Wikipedia artist biographic information alongside a Last.fm music player.
Neil Budde, who left Yahoo in December, becomes president of DailyMe news aggregation site.
Ian Rogers will be working at Topspin Media, which aims to "help artists earn a living through software."