CEO says Jango Airplay has quality-control measures in place to make sure listeners aren't bombarded with junk they don't want to hear. But it's still pay-for-play, and I wouldn't pay.
Pay-for-play has been around ever since the first kid in a garage wanted a quick and easy way to become a rock star. It never works.
I recently discovered Jango, another entrant into the crowded world of online radio. A clear mission and simple interface make it a winner.
Social-networking music site takes the best features of the big guys and makes them easier to find, but can it make a dent?
Even Sith Lords have trouble getting their kids to go to sleep. Author Jeffrey Brown's new "Star Wars" book shows the softer side of Darth Vader as a more patient father.
While the gameplay has barely evolved, this sequel is just as addictive as ever, and is still a great download for all ages.
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Sneak peak of private beta music site, Jango, reveals new take on play bar features.
From the questionably useful to the questionably legal to the just plain dumb.
I've been trying The Filter, which counts Peter Gabriel among its investors, for the last few days, but so far its recommendations seem tailored to people who don't listen to much music.
Our resident nasal storage expert Rafe Needleman is on the show to explain some quantum physics to you. Rafe also schools me in why latency doesn't matter to bandwidth but he still won't admit that he need 60 Gbps. And we realize that the only way to save